In this blog post, Jorge Tanaro, David Waddington and David Talbot discuss nationalism and cosmopolitanism by bringing important historical and literary references. Continue reading Cosmopolitanising Somewheres
Liberalism and liberal democracy need a renewal in line with the development of the society. In this blog post, Anja Fabiani argues that only on such basis we can have liberalism for the future, which will prevail over other ideologies, for its trans-ideological aspect. Continue reading Smart Liberalism
The author of this blog post, Vladan Lausevic, discusses the most recent Davos summit, offering a good analysis of certain issues on economy and society.
Continue reading Important socioeconomic reflections from Davos
The liberal approach toward Islam seems to be an overlooked topic in the Western world. Looking back toward the elections days in the Netherlands, and looking forward to the upcoming European elections, the author of the following blog post, Babak Jahedmanesh, underlines the question of both tolerance and intolerance in Europe. Continue reading Tolerating Intolerance!
The treadmill: a simple exercise machine?
The author of the following blog post, Chris Pyak, uses the treadmill as a metaphor to describe how the world is running while governments are walking and discussing how crucial technology and connections are to daily life, and daily politics. Continue reading The Treadmill
According to Wolf Achim Wiegand, the author of this blog post, the formation of a European Army is on the agenda again. Continue reading Make Europe Safe Again!
What happens once an individual member joins our family? In this welcome post, Thalia Ntoka, answers to this question and gives valuable advice to greatly benefit from your membership. Continue reading I am finally an Individual Member! What’s next?
In this blog post, Leonardo De Melo talks about the future of the European Union, primarily for young people who do not remember a time when the Union didn’t exist. Leonardo leads a thoughtful discussion on what future these young people will inherit, particularly concerning education and employment opportunities. Finally, Leonardo discusses the need for Government transparency and openness. Continue reading European democracy reloaded (or pruned)
In this blog post, Daniel Tanahatoe, describes the history of the ALDE Party, focusing on the direct involvement of citizens, namely on the individual membership of the party, which today counts more than 2500 members instead. Finally, Daniel discusses the role of individual members and their goals. Continue reading European Liberal Democrats, from Federation to Party: More than the sum of its parts
European Union, nation-states, Brexit and identity are the main topics discussed by Julie Cantalou in this blog post. Continue reading Constructing the European Union – deconstructing the nation-states