It’s Only Over When It’s Over

When the British government announced that 52 percent of the population had voted to leave the European Union, this seemed to be a final decision. Right-wing populists from Marine le Pen in France to Geert Wilders in the Netherlands euphorically congratulated the Leave voters and already demanded their own national referendums. Global stock markets lost […]

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What Happened to the Uniforms?

The interwar years were the golden age of political imagery. As during the revolutionary era of the late-18th Century, the rise of new mass movements was accompanied by an equally potent visual vocabulary, disseminated via new technologies that could reach potential supporters like never before. In contrast to earlier eras, however, the 1920s and 30s […]

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Toxic United Europe

My name is Armanda. I am 25 years old and a student of Economics at the University of Bologna, Italy. In November 2014, Eurojust has published the Official Report on the Strategic Project on Environmental Crime  with the aim of analysing the current situation and the difficulties that national authorities face to prosecute the increasing […]

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The Really Big Deal

My name is Julian. I am a 29-year old political analyst based in Berlin working for an independent, non-profit think tank. Finally, the dust of institutional reshuffling which started with the 2014 European Parliament elections has settled. The last act of this procedure was the approval of Jean-Claude Juncker’s college of Commissioners by the European […]

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