Andrew S. Roe-Crines
According to oneâ€™s personal perspective, Jeremy Corbynâ€™s leadership either wrecked the Labour Party, or came close to saving it. But where does â€˜Corbynismâ€™ stand now under new leader Keir Starmer? Andrew S. Roe-Crines argues that it is entrenched in a longstanding historical debate about what Labour stands for Read more
While socialist parties in Europe struggle in times of austerity, the Portuguese left has found a winning strategy, write Catherine Moury and Elisabetta de Giorgi. Combining discrete austerity measures with some visible anti-austerity ones, they have managed to please constituency and supporting partners alike Read more
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