As a result of my weekend of relaxation, I have been unable to write any articles for today. A memo explaining the situation.
Democracy in Europe is one thing but what exactly does DiEM25 envision as a Europe salvaged from the ruins of the post-2008 world? An interpretation of statements.
Europe has changed much since the days before the EU, but it seems like eurosceptics haven’t quite noticed that yet; a comment on the current state of affairs in Europe, and how we need each other now more than ever before.
A review of the current situation in the Irish elections; with the mainstream parties stalling, it seems that once again a divided parliament a result of Sparpolitik will arise in Europe.
Summaries of Euro news from over the weekend, only with Dimokratía; this week we have news from Saxony, Athens, Rome and Madrid.
The story so far on the 2-day Emergency European Council summit, held to clear up the last of the negotiations on the British question, and finally get to grips with the refugee crisis – the story going into the summit.
European democracy is hard fought for and today the launch of a movement like DiEM25 is attacked for its belief that democratising Europe is possible. Just how radical is European democracy?