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Brexit: a European dispute of a global scale
With the tangible evidence of massive social, political and economic loses for the poorest ones, Brexit is not only about politics, but also it is an ethical fact of a global scale.
7 July 2016 | 08 : 16Read more
Brexit: less political correctness and less meritocracy!
To the extent that a functioning democracy requires all its classes and all its interests to be represented competently, existing tensions represent tough, ugly, but important nuts to crack. Until we crack them, expect more upsets like that of Brexit.
7 July 2016 | 07 : 53Read more
Brexit: views from Calais
Disputes about Brexit in the UK has mostly developed along two lines: economy and migration. Brexit has increased racism, xenophobia and violence against migrants and refugees. Something that might escalate with French elections. This is what the majority of refugees now fears.
7 July 2016 | 07 : 44Read more
Brexit: The Future of the British Left
The Left acted as a consensual, non-revolutionary force throughout, showing apathy towards both the positive and negative claims of each camp. This unveils an overall displacement of the Labour party as a compelling political force.
7 July 2016 | 07 : 33Read more
Brexit: there is a way to an even stronger Union
In the aftermath of the Brexit, the European leaders need to transform the political discourse within their member states. This means to negotiate in the European political arena an ambitious agenda for reforms, like the so-called European Unemployment Benefit Scheme (EUBS).
7 July 2016 | 07 : 17Read more
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