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  • Analysis
  • Brexit: the back story

  • Por Andrew Burgin , Kate Hudson | 19 Apr 19
  • On 23 June 2016, the electorate of the United Kingdom and Gibraltar voted to decide if the country should remain a member of, or leave, the European Union.  The referendum was a Conservative Party manifesto commitment in the general election of May 2015. The Prime Minister and leader of the...
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  • transform! europe's new observer organization
  • R-komplex

  • 18 Apr 19
  • Recently, transform! europe could welcome R-komplex as new observer organization. Read about R-kompleX presenting itself.
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  • Comment
  • Brexit Crisis

  • 17 Apr 19
  • Brexit is an enormous political crisis, and the UK is in parliamentary deadlock. At the moment, there is no majority either for leaving or staying. Repeated votes are taken on a range of options on a regular basis but only opposition to a No Deal Brexit has commanded a majority. A brief overview on the current developments follows.
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  • Statement by GUE/NGL President and member of the Parliament’s Brexit Steering Group, Gabi Zimmer
  • Brexit Chaos Averted - For Now

  • 25 Mar 19
  • “I am satisfied with the Council’s compromise because a chaotic Brexit next week is now off the table. EU citizens in the UK and British in the EU can breathe a small sigh of relief. However, the problem remains: should the House of Commons reject the proposed Withdrawal Agreement again, then there...
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  • Interview
  • Building the Slovenian Left

  • 22 Mar 19
  • Luka Mesec, the coordinator for the party Levica (“The Left”) in Slovenia, in conversation with the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung’s Wenke Christoph, on the political models that helped them succeed, and what challenges and chances come along with tolerating the government and building local structures.
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  • Natural Gas – No Solution for Climate Change

  • Por Frida Kieninger | 19 Mar 19
  • In times of an urgent climate crisis and climate movements, the calls for alternatives to dirty fossil fuels become louder and louder. The biggest climate enemies we know about so far are oil and coal. They emit considerable amounts of CO2 and we will inevitably have to stop using them to keep global temperatures within livable ranges.
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  • Analysis
  • World’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Weapon Rolls Off Assembly Line

  • 15 Mar 19
  • In January, the National Nuclear Security Administration announced that the first of a new generation of strategic nuclear weapons had rolled off the assembly line. That warhead, the W76-2, is designed to fit to a submarine-launched missile with a range of more than 7,500 miles. By September, an undisclosed number will be delivered to the Navy.
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