A Europe of Capital

Kenneth Haar
30,000 lobbyists…and counting. The sheer number of corporate lobbyists that influence EU policy-making, and the financial firepower available to them, constitute a challenge to democracy, social rights, peace and the planet. In this book, lobbying researcher and campaigner ... read more "A Europe of Capital"

»Rosa Luxemburg goes Europe« was the slogan under which the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation launched the project of establishing a Brussels office in 2008. Brussels is not only the centre of European politics, but also a significant centre of world politics, particularly with regard to north-south policy. Brussels is also the headquarters of NATO. There are thus many political divides that run through Brussels, many of which may not always be completely visible at first sight. These different fields of action are what determines the strategic orientation of our Brussels Office.

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European Election Debate With The French Candidates IMAGO/ABACAPRESS
How French voters turn out in the European elections next month could have major domestic implications Do the French care about the European elections? Thus far, the European electoral campaign has failed to stir up ... read more "A Test Run for 2027?"
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As the European Parliament elections this June draw nearer, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation is conducting a series of interviews with left-wing parties and candidates from across the EU on the election campaign, their political programmes, ... read more "“Back to Basics”"


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The international alliances of the Spanish far right

Nora Rodríguez, Miquel Ramos
Spain’s far right has lagged behind its counterparts in other European countries in gaining a foothold in ... read more "The international alliances of the Spanish far right"
Interview with Mariana Mortágua Early legislative elections will be held in Portugal next March ... read more "“Choosing people’s lives over profits and high rents”"
For many, Scandinavia is synonymous with social democracy, high union density, public ownership, and ... read more "Northern Lights? Nordic lessons for the just transition"

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Feminist Economics: Chapter 5. Households and community.

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The capitalist system neither guarantees nor takes responsibility for the sustainability of life, and breaks community and collective ties. It pours this responsibility into households, making it individual and isolated.