Election results in Cyprus suggest an endorsement of austerity. But the reality is more complex.
Leandros Fischer is an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Cyprus in Nicosia.
Die Linke’s electoral result shows what the party must do to really contend for power.
Commentators and politicians have taken a rightward shift in German society for granted. But the reality is much more complicated.
Helmut Kohl (1930–2017) paved the way for Germany’s current hegemony in Europe.
In Germany and elsewhere, making tactical concessions to the Right isn’t just bad socialist politics — it won’t work.
The Left in Cyprus can only reemerge if it steps out of the confines of the "national question."
What can the history of Greek populism tell us about Syriza's election victory?
Syriza wasn't the first left party to come to power in Europe. What can we learn from Cyprus' AKEL?
Die Linke's position on Palestine has isolated it from the global solidarity movement.