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Social Europe: old and new (dis)agreements

Francesco Corti The left is united, the right is divided on social cohesion and progress ...

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Too late, too early. How prevention jeopardizes governments

Francesco Zucchini It's easier to blame someone for what happened than to be grateful for something that ...

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How to get voters to the ballot box in an era of permanent campaigns

Riccardo Ladini An experiment conducted at the University of Trento shows what motivates people to vote ...

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Mercenaries: efficient troops or murdering savages? The changing reputation of contracted soldiers

Matteo Casiraghi From Machiavelli’s “useless and dangerous” arms to Private Military Companies in Iraq an...

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Does size matter? The consequences of shrinking the Parliament

Fabio Franchino The proposed constitutional reform will not turn the Italian case into an anomaly, but the sci...

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Hawks and doves: how Italian parties vote on foreign military operations

Valerio Vignoli Sending troops abroad, centrists are the most favorable to military intervention. An analysis of Italian Parliamentary debates ...

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Debt, GDP, and SGP: who is in charge between the Council and the Commission

Camilla Mariotto Due to the pandemic, indebted governments will not incur penalties, but how has the Eu S...

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Migrants and integration: what the European Union can do

Pierre Georges Van Wolleghem Since the Treaty of Amsterdam, migration policy is at the mercy of vetoes and limited competen...

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The unexpected guest: minimum wage in Southern Europe

Marcello Natili Italy’s “citizens’ income” came last in a series of economic support schemes that other Southern European countries have been...

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EU cohesion policy: a soulless shell

Niccolò Donati Lack of reforms has made the EU lose sight of its goal ...

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NaspRead News, Covid-19 special edition

(edited by Pozzoni e Riva) A press review to understand the Covid-19 emergency with the Social and Political sciences ...

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Trust at and outside work: traces of solidarity in the age of coworking

Federico Bianchi Here's what happens to relationships between colleagues when you share your desk with someone who isn't from your company ...

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Mediatization 2.0: when readers choose their news

Francesca Arcostanzo A cross-media analysis of Italian newspaper La Repubblica shows why newspapers’ “light” news is gaining the upper hand ...

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Flourishing landscapes: resentment and the upsurge of radical right-wing populism in eastern Germany

Hans-Georg Betz In 1989 the Berlin Wall came down. Three decades later, reality has sunk in. And it's sobering ...

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How citizens see political parties

Federico Vegetti Viktor Orban's Hungary shows the (lack of) influence of election manifestos on voting behaviour ...

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Why it is hard (if not impossible) to abolish the Council of State

Elisa Rebessi Verifying the lawfulness of government regulations takes time, and often delays the implementation of laws. Some consider this a problem, but others benefit from it ...

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Precarious workers and unemployed people vote with their wallet, not with their guts

Fedra Negri Social democratic parties are losing support all around Europe. But is it all populists’ fault? Here’s what matters at the ballot box to those who don’t have a steady job ...

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When it comes to religion in Eastern Europe, the Berlin Wall never came down

Francesco Molteni Secularization won in the West. Is it true that there’s an orthodoxy revival from Prague to Moscow? What happens to the search for God after the end of Communism...

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How to be a realist

Carlo Burelli How to implement our ideals without turning into saints or fanatics ...

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