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Our coverage of the 2015 Transeuropa festival in Belgrade.


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Bringing democracy back to environmental politics

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How to change a city from the bottom up: an Italian example

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Confronting populism anew in Europe

The re-emergence of right-wing populism constitutes a threat and dilemma not only to the more traditional conservative right, but also to parties of the left.

Homage to Belgrade: reflections on the 2015 Transeuropa festival

Unlike most British people, it seemed that continental Europeans considered the UK to be not just in Europe, but a fairly significant player. Who knew?

The limits of Europe

openDemocracy is partnering with European Alternatives to explore the Transeuropa festival. Here, the Co-President of European Alternatives tells us what he hopes to find at Transeuropa.

Three questions for Andrej Bereta

Three questions for Andrej Bereta, who is speaking about research within contemporary art at the Transeuropa festival 2015.

Three questions for Peter Sunde

Three questions for Peter Sunde, who is speaking about online privacy and digital freedom at the Transeuropa festival 2015.

Looking for European alternatives in Belgrade

openDemocracy is partnering with European Alternatives to explore the Transeuropa festival. Here, two of the organisers explain why they chose Belgrade as the location for this year's festival.

Three questions for Manos Moschopoulos

Three questions for Manos Moschopoulos, who is speaking about migration and the refugee crisis at the Transeuropa festival 2015.

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