A journey through the success of populism and proposals for solutions to alternative narrative styles.
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Survey on the Albanian election crisis and what it has to do with corrupt justice.
Reflections on free trade, its enemies and the design alternatives of globalisation.
In the second panel of the DASICON2017 the focus was - hardly surprising - on the conflict in the Ukraine.
Greece is forced to privatize and save - to its own loss.
James D. Savage, Professor for International Relations reflects on Donald Trump.
Minsk II - The desire for politically motivated de-escalation in eastern Ukraine.
David Harris on elections in Europe & the USA, and on chances for a peaceful solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Who voted in favour of Brexit? What can we expect in the near future?
Brexit is one of the most important current issues. Are we prepared for it?
In the second part of the discussion, left-wing populism and the future of populists in general was discussed.
DASICON2017 Part I: Experts discussed the role of the OSCE in the European Security Architecture.