David Krivanek is an Associate Editor of openDemocracy. He was previously editor of Can Europe Make It? and digitaLiberties. He currently works for an international organisation in Beirut.
Published in: openDemocracyUKScotland's future: in Europe
Yesterday, the SNP launched it's blueprint for a new Scotland. This week, OurKingdom is publishing a number of...
Calling for young European bloggers
Are you between the ages of 18 to 25, living in a European country and/or with an interest in European issues? We...
Are we sleepwalking into a lost generation?
Youth unemployment in Europe is a social bomb waiting to explode, and yet another proof of the EU’s lack of vision....
Introducing Spotlight on Germany
Our new Spotlight on series tackles a major question: is Germany boring?
Published in: Home#keepODopen: notes from the Twitter campaign trail
Our Associate Editor gives a behind-the-scenes look at the #keepODopen campaign. How does a small organisation such...
Published in: HomeThe democratic game – when it gets serious
In a remarkable article, Benjamin Ward uses his analysis of intolerance in Europe to suggest solutions, a line many...