Tag: EU

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A reflection in water of protesters waving Palestine flags in Paris, France.

Navigating a World in Permacrisis

Editorial BoardJune 5, 2024

In 2022, “permacrisis” was one of the six words Collins Dictionary added to their lexicon. It describes “an extended period of instability and insecurity, especially one resulting from a series of catastrophic events.” Over the past two years, this permacrisis has deepened, leading to increased chaos, conflict, and societal violence.

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Two women reading a poster with the face of Ilaria Salis in Rome.

The Budapest Trial: How Hungary Exploits a Dubious EU Mechanism to Chase Anti-Fascists Across the Continent

Henri SulkuMay 22, 2024

The Budapest trial is already becoming a symbol of the deterioration of civil rights, frantic anti-extremism, and growing authoritarianism across Europe. It exemplifies alarming tendencies within the European Union.

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Anti-fascist action stickers and graffiti on a bus top glass and people on the background.

Denial, Bargain, Acceptance: How Far-Right Ideas Took Root in The Conservative Doctrine

Leonardo BianchiMay 15, 2024

The boundaries that once separated right-wing extremism from traditional conservatism are no longer there and they seem to be gone for good. This is a defining feature of the current “fourth wave” of far-right politics.

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Social Rights and Civil Wrongs

Editorial BoardMay 1, 2024

While people fighting for their rights, equality, and freedom have given substance to human rights, law guaranteeing social rights, freedom, or equality appears more fragile; lacking a solid historical track record.