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Double-sided Radicalisation

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Double-sided Radicalisation

AfD is a new party of the German political party scene which was founded in 2013 by a group of economists and university professors. It was initially presented as a national-conservative bourgeois party, which supports anti-European positions (against Euro and the bailout programmes for economies in crisis). Nevertheless, it is now cultivating a xenophobic [...]

June 27, 2016 Author: Vasiliki Georgiadou

Report and impressions from the far right rally “We are Berlin – We are Germany – Merkel has to go” and the March 12 counter-demo in Berlin. What happened, what is going on and what will remain…

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Report and impressions from the far right rally “We are Berlin – We are Germany – Merkel has to go” and the March 12 counter-demo in Berlin. What happened, what is going on and what will remain…

Why is there currently in Berlin, despite its thoroughly broad solidarity wave to refugees, so little protesters to deal with the Right-wingers on the streets? [...]

March 31, 2016 Author: anonym

Fascism returns to Europe: Thoughts on the features of an international antifascist movement

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Fascism returns to Europe: Thoughts on the features of an international antifascist movement

The anti-fascism of the 21st century will either be proletarian or will never be. [...]

December 8, 2014 Author: Dimitris Kousouris

Migrants and supporters march across Europe demanding asylum policy reforms

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Migrants and supporters march across Europe demanding asylum policy reforms

Starting this week, migrants to Europe as well as European citizens who support their right to freedom of movement are making an epic march across Europe to protest the continent's immigration policy – heightening solidarity at a time when anti-immigrant rhetoric dominates the campaigns of many parties seeking votes in this week’s European Parliamentary elections. [...]

May 21, 2014 Author: Ruby Russell

Unprecedented populism

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Unprecedented populism

The most affected, the migrants, barely react to the hysteria for the arrival of foreigners [...]

February 10, 2014 Author: Jordi Vaquer

Sexism and the media: the worst of 2013

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Sexism and the media: the worst of 2013

Are media stories sexist? Or is it biological determinism? These are the most sexist media stories I've seen in 2013. [...]

December 31, 2013 Author: Patricia Reguero

The team of FASCISM INC is growing

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The team of FASCISM INC is growing

x-pressed joined, along with ΕΡΤ, UNFOLLOW, EfSyn and Ellinofreneia, as a sponsor of the team of FASCISM INC. [...]

November 23, 2013

Fraud and fiscal evasion: the billions that plague Europe

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Fraud and fiscal evasion: the billions that plague Europe

"A huge problem," warns the European Commission. Each year, hundreds of billions of euros escape public budgets. These amounts are enough to make the sacrifices made in the name of austerity look ridiculous. [...]

October 16, 2013 Authors: Ariel Dumont, Christelle Granja, Delphine Nerbollier, Tristan de Bourbon

Analysis: What taxpayer bailouts? Euro crisis saves Germany money

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Analysis: What taxpayer bailouts? Euro crisis saves Germany money

What is more, governments in Germany, Finland, Austria, the Netherlands and France have saved billions of euros thanks to a sharp fall in how much they pay to raise money in financial markets since their borrowing costs have dropped steeply. [...]

May 2, 2013 Author: Jan Strupczewski

Interview with Eric Hobsbawm

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Interview with Eric Hobsbawm

Internationalism, which is the alternative to nationalism, is a tricky business. It’s either a politically empty slogan, as it was, for practical purposes, in the international labour movement—it didn’t mean anything specific—or it’s a way of ensuring uniformity for powerful, centralized organizations like the Roman Catholic Church, or the Comintern. [...]

March 28, 2013