Published in: Can Europe Make It?Mogherini’s The European Union in a changing global environment: a discursive space to rethink the world
“I want a strategy that responds to the ideas, the fears, and even the dreams of the European citizens, the young and the older generations”, Federica Mogherini, 2015.
Published in: HomeSubterranean Politics in Europe: an introduction
In a study of Europe’s “subterranean politics,” Mary Kaldor’s team at the London School of Economics and Political Science, working with partners across Europe, has examined both new political parties and public protests, finding that all of these phenomena share not only opposition to austerity, but also extensive frustration with politics as currently practised. This week, the team reported on their findings.
Published in: HomeThinking about politics and the internet: time to update our perspective
We need a politics of the internet focused as much on creativity and imagination as on structure, space and intersection