If You Really Want The ‘Zeitenwende’, Listen to the EU’s North-Eastern Flank
By Weronika Grzebalska Why defence isn't merely a matter of military security and the 'peace' and 'justice for Ukraine' advocates are much more similar than they'd like to admit.
On Progressive Infrastructure
By Ramon Marrades “It is quite simple. If in doubt, do not do it.” Urban economist Ramon Marrades on how to build progressive infrastructure.
A Trade Unionist’s Guide to Shaping a Just Transition
By Frederik Moch What we need to combine ambitious climate policies with fair pay, decent work, and equitable prosperity.
European Solidarity and the Politics of Blame and Reciprocity
By Sharon Baute, Max Heermann and Dirk Leuffen Why the stories we tell about EU-crises are key to the emergence of shared solutions.
The Progressive Dilemma: Social Europe at a Crossroads
By László Andor How populism and the twin shocks of 2016 have, at the same time, bolstered and smothered EU incentives for more social integration.
US Climate and Industrial Policy: What We’ve Won, What Comes Next
By Marcela Mulholland and Julia Jeanty Longstanding deadlocks over how to pay for the green transition in the US have been breached. What is the next step for climate politics?
The Left’s Fatal Longing for Life as Usual
By Paul Mason Why our failure to resist Putin enthusiastically will haunt us and how we can overcome it.
The Geography of Discontent: Helping Fallen Behind Places
By Andrés Rodríguez-Pose Economic growth and political power are again concentrating in the most dynamic regions. How can we counter territorial neglect, discontent and rising populism?
Another Democratic Future is Possible
By Claudia Chwalisz What is wrong with elections today, and why we should choose our political representatives by lottery instead.
Child Care Policy is Labor Policy
By Tara Dawson McGuinness The pandemic has made clear that childcare and access to long-term care is intertwined with economic growth.