We spoke with a FEPS Senior Policy Advisor Maria Freitas about youth voting, a generation gap and the division of Europe on Western and Central-Eastern
We discussed the perspectives that this year brought to Europe’s populists with an alumnus of the College of Europe, a doctoral student at the Higher School of Economics Darius Ruda
Experts from around the world shared thoughts on how young people take part in politics in different countries and regions
Researcher in cultural policy and policy analyst in EU affairs Domenico Valenza spoke about the features of the cultural dialogue between the European Union and Russia
Emilia Palonen shared thoughts about how political communication is realised around us and how some actors use crises for their own purposes
Why are we so hostile to each other, while our views are quite similar and moderate? Interview with Eelco Harteveld, Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science of the University of Amsterdam.
Michael Sohlman analized far-reaching consequences of COVID-19
Antonie Rietzschel, a journalist of Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper, attended our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.
Reinhard Krumm from Friedrich Ebert Foundation presented the results of a public survey in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later.
Henry E. Hale took part in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.
The presentation of Daniel Treisman, a professor of political science at the University of California.
“European Dialogue” Expert Group: Group presentation and round table “Russia in Europe: current agenda”
The representatives of civil societies and think tanks from Poland, Ukraine, Germany and Russia met in Potsdam to discuss the issues related to the crisis of European security architecture and possible ways of resolving military and political conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The Portuguese right-wing populist Chega is making inroads into Communist strongholds — with revisionist positions on racism and colonialism
The European Green Deal will have profound geopolitical repercussions, some of which are likely to have an adverse impact on the European Union’s partners
In a joint statement, six world leaders, Emmanuel Macron, Аngela Merkel, Macky Sall, António Guterres, Charles Michel, Ursula von der Leyen, issued an appeal for multilateralism
Frustrated maximalism may present a window for rapprochement
Could the pandemic offer an opportunity to move the needle in scaling-up social protection more permanently?