Despite seemingly breaching the Dublin regulation, the EU’s response to Hungary’s anti-migration fence has been limited to a single, prosaicpress statement; "We have only recently taken down walls in Europe; we should not be putting them up."
problem – which would not be faced by any other political party in government –
was to alter internal institutional
frameworks under conditions of external
This lack of lived experience with the
violence of our state entails an almost inevitable blindness to the deepening
divide between those our states protect and those whose life it represses,
expels, and humiliates.
Russia Today is packed full of lies. But aren't there motes aplenty in our own eyes onto the world? Is media credibility shot, and can we hope to improve trust in news? An academic conference this autumn in Prague aims to bring journalists and acdemics together to explore the problem
Tsipras won the battle on a question of principle - the need for a new Europe -
even if he lost the war that ensued. What are the implications for the Greek
left and for Europe? (Long: 9,000 words) Français.Deutsch.
Deregulation is often packaged as a fight against red tape or a drive to
improve efficiency by removing so-called ‘burdens’ on business or ‘barriers’ to
trade. But such ‘burdens’ are the social and environmental
standards that protect us all and the world we live in.