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The New Prime Minister Versus History

How Boris Johnson misrepresented the United Kingdom’s past to present himself as its political heir

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Democracy 2.0EssaysFeature

Hungary: How Liberty Can Be Lost

Tyrannies always collapse, but whether Hungarians will escape with their sanity and sufficient clarity for a new start remains to be seen

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European Parliament Elections Viewed from Central and Eastern Europe

Why it might be a good thing that national fragmentation has migrated to the European level

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A Ray of Hope

Romania’s Results in the EU Elections

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European Union Strikes Back at Populism

By renouncing the Law and Justice party, Poland could return to the EU fold

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Envisaging the EU’s future with Hannah Arendt: Taking plurality seriously!

Arendt’s concept of humans as relational selves can transform the EU into a promising political object in a globalized era

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The Electoral Success of the Radical Right in Europe

Why are the Radical Right better at "capitalizing" on 'Populism' than the Radical Left?

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The EU-Turkey Refugee Deal

Can Turkey be considered as a ‘safe third country’?

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