How to be an anti-capitalist in the 21st century?

An article by the British political thinker of Bulgarian origins, Albena Azmanova, looks for fresh and oft-overlooked answersAlbena AzmanovaDr. Azmanova is Reader (Associate Professor) of Political and Social Thought. She teaches courses in political and social theory, political communication, and political economy. Her research ranges from democratic transition and consolidation

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The EU’s refoundation is a necessity

There were aspects of life like health, education and housing, that served the public good better under Eastern Europe’s socialist experiment, than under today’s rule of the invisible hand of the market, says the Polish left-wing journalist Małgorzata Kulbaczewska-Figat. And opening to social and labour movements is a good base

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Which Europe does this day belong to?

The 9th of May marks both the end and the beginning of capitalism’s inherent cycles of crisesEnikő VinczeProfessor of sociology at the Faculty of European Studies at the Babeș-Bolyai University. Activist for right to housing in the frame of the organisations Căși sociale ACUM! (Social housing now!) in Cluj and

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Pandemic economy vs. wartime economy

The economist Cornel Ban speaks about the measures necessary to fight the coronavirus-induced crisesMaria CernatMaria Cernat is a graduate of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Sciences (FJSC) (2001) and the Faculty of Philosophy (2004) at the University of Bucharest. She obtained an MA from FJSC in 2002 and in

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