Did you miss the lecture by Rafael Labanino on how democratic backsliding affects interest representation and intermediation? Watch it now.
A conversation with Hans-Georg Betz and Levente Littvay about Hans-Georg's foundational article "The New Politics of Resentment: Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe.”
Did you miss the lecture by Dorit Geva on how conservatism and far-right radicalism are merging in the space of intellectual production in Europe? Watch it now.
Did you miss our event co-organized with our journal, the Review of Democracy and Democracy Seminar? Watch it now!
Did you miss our event "Values, Rights and Principles in EU Law" with Lucia Serena Rossi, Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union and Professor at the University of Bologna, Faculty of Law? Watch it now!
Levente Littvay chats with Semir Dzebo, is a PhD Candidate of International Relations at Central European University researching populism and secessionist thinking, about Dani Rodrik's article “Populism and the Economics of Globalization.”
Our Senior Research Fellow, Andras Sajo speaks about his book, Ruling by Cheating – Governance in Illiberal Democracy, published by Cambridge University Press.
Steven Van Hauwaert interviews Luca Manucci about his original 2019 WEP article "National past and populism" (w/ Daniele Caramani) and his subsequent book "Populism and collective memory".
In this video, Stijn van Kessel talks to Léonie de Jonge about her 2019 article in The International Journal of Press/Politics: "The populist radical right and the media in the Benelux: friend or foe?".
The lecture by Katy Hayward, organized in partnership with the Embassy of Ireland to Hungary, explained why the future of Northern Ireland should be a concern for all the EU as well as for Britain and Ireland.