There is a debate about what information is real, what is fake. In this interview, we find out how Prof. Cílek treats this issue.
Tag - populism
A journey through the success of populism and proposals for solutions to alternative narrative styles.
In the second part of the discussion, left-wing populism and the future of populists in general was discussed.
in a discussion chaired by Paul Schmidt, an expert group examined constructive ideas in an increasingly populistic world
Jan-Werner Müller, born in Bad Honnef, Germany in 1970, is a German political researcher. He studied in Berlin, London, Oxford and Princeton, and since 2005 he has been teaching in Princeton. What is Populism At the beginning of the lecture,…
Politicians habitually carry decisions on the European level and then return home to take credit for all that went well, while conveniently blaming the EU for all that didn't . This deepens the idea that this EU is at best useless, and at worst a dictatorship. If the European idea is to work, we need to feel part of it, which can only happen with a lot more transparency, congruity and honesty.
In the crowded Concordia Press Club, former MEP Dr. Swoboda discussed the importance of language in politics with German communication psychologist Dr. Wehling and university professor Dr. Ötsch.