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The revolt against the labour law and Francois Hollande in France
In this second of a two-part article examining the European crisis and the rise of the far right I look at why the left needs to adopt an internationalist position of rupture with the EU if we are to be most effective in stopping the radicalising racist forces and the processes within Austerity and Fortress Europe which are driving them. 3,005 more words
Securitizing the Syrian refugee influx: How Visegrad group countries use language to turn migrants into threats
by Givi Gigitashvili
The Syrian refugee crisis has once again sparked debates about the existence of two different Europes, with deep-seated discrepancies between the Eastern and Western European countries. 1,957 more words
Our trip to Budapest included a few memorable excursions out of the city and into the countryside.
The most bizarre of these was taking the Children’s Railway (Gyermekvasút) to the Elizabeth Lookout (Erzsébet-kilátó) at János-hegy – the highest hill in Budapest. 495 more words