Ferenc Laczó spoke to Stephen Wertheim about his new book, Tomorrow, the World: The Birth of US Global Diplomacy. The book explores the moment in which the US decided to lead the post-war world.
Our editor Michal Matlak reviews the secret diary of Michel Barnier, former EU chief Brexit negotiator and potential French presidential candidate.
In an interview with our assistant editor Bence Bari, Vera Mérő, Hungarian journalist, media researcher, human rights activist, founder and host of the Facebook page and foundation “Nem tehetsz róla, tehetsz ellene” (“You are not responsible for it, but you can respond to it”) discusses the questions of representation, popularization, Continue Reading
Petr Agha, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Copenhagen in the iCourts Centre of Excellence for International Courts of the University of Copenhagen, discusses the clash between populism and antipopulism, and the implications for Europe, in conversation with Oliver Garner. Oliver Garner: To start our conversation, how would Continue Reading
By Gábor Scheiring* Nikola Gruevski has been living in exile since 2016, enjoying the hospitality of Viktor Orbán. North-Macedonia’s former all-powerful Prime Minister built his regime on a seemingly unlikely alliance: international investors looking for new profit opportunities after the 2008 crash and domestic oligarchs adept at converting political power Continue Reading
What is the societal dimension of the rule of law? How can we improve democracy on the European Union level? Is there a place for citizens engagement in design of the Conference on the Future of Europe? Paul Blokker, an associate professor at the University of Bologna, in a conversation Continue Reading
In an interview with our assistant editor Bence Bari, Lili Rutai, Hungarian feminist journalist and podcaster, co-founder and co-host of the popular podcast series “Vénusz Projekt,” discusses the representation and the popularization of feminism in Hungary – all of which must be done in opposition to popular misconceptions, the hostile Continue Reading
Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins and Ferenc Laczo discuss with Martin Conway his latest book “Western Europe’s Democratic Age,1945-1968”. You can listen to the podcast or read the edited transcript below. Ferenc Laczo: Let us perhaps begin at the very end of your book. You conclude Western Europe’s Democratic Age, 1945-1968 by stating that democracy and Continue Reading
RevDem Editor Ferenc Laczo is discussing the book “Planet on Fire. A Manifesto for the Age of Environmental Breakdown” by Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton with its authors. Ferenc Laczo: You two have just co-authored a book under the title Planet on Fire. A Manifesto for the Age of Environmental Breakdown in which Continue Reading
May 9th marked the opening of the Conference on the Future of Europe. In the debate we organised one day later, the panellists discussed its objectives, how to achieve them and whether it can give a new impetus to European integration.