Reevaluating the Populist Surge in Poland

/Jorens Jakovļevs/ By now, even the most disinterested spectator should have noticed that the European political discourse has undergone enormous changes in the last couple of years. Right wing populist parties that were on the fringe have entered the scene with a bang, and signs show that they are here to stay. Except, perhaps, for … Continue reading Reevaluating the Populist Surge in Poland

Battle Cries for Europe: Broken Echoes in Times of Crisis

/Nikolai Markov/ This could easily be another article dealing with the usual suspects in the European political sphere – Brexit, migration, the “undemocratic East”, populism, financial crisis, what have you. Even though there is no discussing Europe without them, in this article you will get to know about two citizens’ initiatives that deal with Europe’s … Continue reading Battle Cries for Europe: Broken Echoes in Times of Crisis