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11 03 21
European Politics in Transition #4
Turning out- or inwards?

The Netherlands on the EU and international stage after the 2021 elections.

On 17 March 2021, a new parliament will be elected in the Netherlands. Many of the issues that feature prominently in party manifestos and the campaign have an obvious international dimension: the economic recession that is manifesting itself, the European distribution of Covid vaccines, or the measures needed to tackle climate change. Moreover, the outcome of the elections impacts on the government composition, and hence on the position of the Netherlands on the EU and international stage.

Datum
Donderdag 11 mrt 2021 20:00 – 21:30
Locatie
Online
10 02 21
European Politics in Transition #3
Work, Family, Fatherland: Social Populism in Central and Eastern Europe

The new east-west divide in Europe is not just about authoritarian regimes defying the rule of law. In this European Politics In Transition lecture Mitchell Orenstein and Bojan Bugarič show that populist social appeals centered around ‘work, family, and fatherland’ are central to understanding the success of authoritarian government in Central and Eastern Europe.

Datum
Woensdag 10 feb 2021 20:00 – 21:30
Locatie
Online
30 11 20
European Politics in Transition #2
Corona and the populist radical right: end of an era?

The ongoing corona pandemic is reshaping our societies and our democracies. One of the most significant political developments in recent years has been the rise of populism. What effect will the pandemic have on populist radical right parties in Europe?

Datum
Maandag 30 nov 2020 20:00 – 21:30
Locatie
Online
05 11 20
European Politics in Transition #1
The US presidential elections: implications for Europe

The impact of the outcome of the US presidential elections extends far beyond North America. With scholars and journalists we discuss what the election results might mean for politics in European countries.

Datum
Donderdag 5 nov 2020 17:30 – 19:00
Locatie
Online