Der Artikel von Professor Michael Zürn beleuchtet den Aufstieg des autoritären Populismus in Europa. Welche sind die ökonomischen, kulturellen und politischen Ursachen für seinen Aufstieg, was müssen die Verfechter/innen einer offenen Gesellschaft tun, um in der Auseinandersetzung erfolgreich bestehen zu können?
In the context of the series of lectures and seminars "Debates on the Future of Europe", an international conference and seminar on the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Youth Policy in the EU, will be held on 16 and 17 May 2018 in Thessaloniki.
"Debates on the future of Europe" is a series of lectures and seminars discussing the future of the European integration. In the context of this series of debates, Professor Ulrike Liebert from the University of Bremen, gave a lecture on the subject of "Democratisation in the framework of the multilevel European governance.
Deepening European integration or a return to national entrenchment? A debate on the future of Europe to be held on 23 November 2015, 19.00 - 21.00, Goethe Institute, Omirou 14, Athens. (More in German)
Syriza’s victory in Greece once again raises a crucial question for Europe in the coming months: can a leftist policy be followed in the eurozone without changing the treaties or monetary rules now in force? It is renewing the discussions which divide the left in France and elsewhere in Europe about the virtues of the euro and the margins for manoeuvre of left-wing governments in a common monetary zone.