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About Adam Blanden

Adam Blanden, who has lived and worked in Poland, Italy, the Czech Republic, is studying for an MA in European Thought at University College London. He has contributed to Dissent Magazine, New Left Project, Critical Theory, Red Pepper, ZMag. Read more on http://accidental-witness.blogspot.co.uk/ and/or follow him on @adam_blanden. 

Articles by Adam Blanden

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“Francesc”

Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Central and eastern Europe as playground of a conservative avant-garde

Central and eastern European hard right parties have more rapid success than their western counterparts, due to these countries’ subjection to the worst effects of neoliberalism and financialisation.

Which is more likely: a progressive Brexit or a progressive Europe?

EU institutions and socio-economic policies are hopelessly anti-democratic, inducing a current of deep nihilism across the continent. But don't be fooled: a progressive Brexit is deeply unlikely.

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