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  • Greece: Back On Track After 10 Years

  • Por Danai Koltsida | 12 Feb 19
  • On August 21st 2018 the third and last Greek memorandum came to its agreed end. Today, a full account of the political and economic developments during the past six months proves that the end of the memoranda era was not only of symbolic but also of important practical value, bringing Greece back on (economic, social and political) track.
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  • Report on the Anti-Government Demonstrations in Austria
  • 'It's Thursday Again'

  • Por Kurto Wendt | 12 Feb 19
  • When on October 4th, 2018 a group of political friends announced a demonstration under the title 'It's Thursday again', nobody would have guessed that this would mark the beginning of an outstanding series of protests against the Austrian right-wing extremist government.
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  • With increased internationalism of the right-winged political spectrum in Europe being on the rise, the question of internationalism of the European left is becoming more present in the past years. A nativist versus internationalist debate defines...


  • After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, relations between Russia and China have undergone a transformation. Over the past 25 years, the two countries that have been rivals for centuries, have been able to find compromise, and, today, even forming a...


ENFOQUE

Aunque mayo de 2019 no está tan lejos, muchas cosas pueden cambiar el rumbo de la izquierda europea durante los meses siguientes. Los trastornos políticos pueden poner patas arriba las diversas estrategias y pueden surgir convergencias.

¿Es concebible que los partidos radicales de derecha puedan llegar al poder en los estados europeos más poderosos? ¿Cuál es el desafío que se plantea a la izquierda?

New social actors pose new challenges to organisational structures for political action.


VIDEO

 

(In)Disputable Public Debt, discussion with Nathan Legrand

The Centre for the Politics of Emancipation, the Social Centre “Oktobar” and transform! europe organised this discussion with Nathan Legrand, a member of the international network Committee for the abolition of illegitimate debts (CADTM) on the - seldomly posed - question of repayment of public debt.

What brought the state to take on continually increasing debt? For what political choices and social interests has the debt been contracted? Was it possible or necessary to make different choices? Who are the lenders? - These and many more questions are being discussed.

The event (7 Dec. 2018, Belgrade) was part of the Studies of Socialism programme, which the Center for Politics of Emancipation organised during 2018 with the support of Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and transform! europe.