Art and culture in autocracies that pass for democracies

If there is a next future, the EU should support dissident art and culture producers living in autocracies.

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Emotion is at the heart of politics — the Left must remember that

Emotion should not be deified, nor eluded as the quintessence of politics. It is a necessary condition, though not a sufficient one.

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Star Trek versus Imperialist Doctrine – Project Syndicate

America has produced a liberal imperialist doctrine, but also a liberal anti-imperialist doctrine which remains ensconced in Star Trek.

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Lessons from this summer’s calamitous Greek forests inferno – The Guardian

This summer’s firestorm was utterly foreseeable – as was the inability of our state to respond effectively.

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The results are in: here’s who was elected to lead our movement

The results are in! DiEM25 members from across Europe and beyond have voted, and our renewed Coordinating Collective (CC) has emerged.

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Gold mining project threatens livelihood of communities in Northern Ireland

Extractive industries are too often indifferent to the impact that their work has on communities and the environment.

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We’re hiring! Communications Director

We're hiring! Got the skills necessary to excel in the role of Communications Director? Find out more and apply by August 31.

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Local groups in action

DiEM25 local groups took to the streets on July 3 to demand Assange’s freedom

On July 3 DiEMers from all over Europe celebrated Julian Assange's 50th birthday with a coordinated protest action.

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Europe is facing a housing crisis: DiEMers stand up for those left behind

On Housing Action Day, DiEM25 members mobilised in cities such as The Hague, Brussels, Lisbon, Lyon and more to shed light on the housing crisis!

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Democratic decay and uncertainty in Turkey

COVID-19 has exacerbated political and economic unrest in Turkey. The latest 'ban on HDP' signals continued systematic oppression of Kurds.

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Private interests may destroy part of Portugal’s natural beauty – let’s stop them

The cliffs of Ponta da Piedade in the Algarve are fenced off by private interests, who are seeking to develop it despite encroaching on public land.

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