Category "Future Lab: State of Democracy"

The case for investing in human rights in Estonia  0

The case for investing in human rights in Estonia

Estonia has been going through a lot of changes recently and is often seen as [...]

Unpopular Europe – is there any possibility to change the public discourse?  0

Unpopular Europe – is there any possibility to change the public discourse?

Buzz word "euroscepticism" – what does it actually mean in the different national contexts and [...]

It’s the Education, Baby: A Postcard for Ukraine & co.  0

It’s the Education, Baby: A Postcard for Ukraine & co.

While the war is still raging in the East and pundits are busy monitoring the [...]

The European Union as a Human Rights Superpower  0

The European Union as a Human Rights Superpower

Can the EU become a superpower without a vision for the future? Peter Weisenbacher argues [...]

European democracy and those who do not like it  0

European democracy and those who do not like it

The future of European integration is uncertain and a European democracy highly controversial. Yet while [...]

A Clash of Selective Empathies: Human Rights and the West in Czech Foreign Policy  0

A Clash of Selective Empathies: Human Rights and the West in Czech Foreign Policy

A recent proposal by the Czech government that shifts more attention to socio-economic rights in [...]

The importance of quality knowledge in foreign policy and how to harness it  0

The importance of quality knowledge in foreign policy and how to harness it

Intransparent elite decisions, reinforced by their resilience to changing opinions and decision-making processes, dominate foreign [...]

EU Elections: A Wake-Up Call for a Progressive Alternative to Mainstream Politics?  0

EU Elections: A Wake-Up Call for a Progressive Alternative to Mainstream Politics?

Never waste a crisis – but progressive forces failed to develop an agenda and a [...]

Understanding Hungary: The Social Prerequisites of Political Democracy  0

Understanding Hungary: The Social Prerequisites of Political Democracy

Outside observers are bewildered by the fact that Hungarian premier Viktor Orbán's much criticised [...]