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nationalism

22.01.2016
For a long time, liberal political theory has been obsessed with drawing boundaries between the decent and the indecent, the mainstream and the fringe, the acceptable and the unacceptable. The assumption was that if the radical right is clearly recognized as such, labelled, and sequestered into its corner, it can do no real damage. The only real challenge is to recognize it in time.
05.03.2015
- Languages: it
Instead of looking at our roots, it is better that we turn around and look forward, to the future rather than to the past. We must consider Europe as a project. We must imagine a diverse community and, in order to do so, we must move on a symbolic plane, not merely on a political and economic one.
30.12.2014
- Languages: fr|de
We want merely to emphasize very fundamentally that we are firmly convinced that the time has come where Europe must act as one in order to protect her soil, her inhabitants, and her culture. It seems first of all to be a necessity that all those who have a place in their heart for European culture and civilization come together.
30.07.2014
Asymmetry calls for innovative federal structures. Rather than importing existing models of federalism, we should be thinking about what realistic model Europe ought to have. Such a model should allow Britain to have a genuine ‘special relationship’, very much as the Catalans and Scots aspire to a special ‘status’ if they are to remain part of their existing states.