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1711, 2017

Article in “The Washington Post”

November 17th, 2017|

An analysis on the level of polarisation in Western Europe.

1611, 2017

TV interview (Georgia)

November 16th, 2017|

Interview on the “Catalonian crisis” in Spain for “Free Space”, an DIA TV (Georgian Television) Politics Show (begins around the 3rd minute).

1511, 2017

Visiting Lecture (Georgia)

November 15th, 2017|

Presentation at the International Black Sea University (Tbilisi) on the “Peril of Semi-presidentialism and the Future of Georgian Politics”.

1411, 2017

Presentation in Georgia

November 14th, 2017|

Presentation of the findings and conclusions of the DRI-GYLA (Democracy Reporting International-Georgian Young Lawyers Association) project on “Political Polarisation in Georgia” in Tbilisi.

1011, 2017

World Forum for Democracy (France)

November 10th, 2017|

One of the main rapporteurs at the World Forum for Democracy (WFD) organised by the Council of Europe (CoE) in Strasbourg.

211, 2017

OSCE/ODIHR Annual Meeting (Poland)

November 2nd, 2017|

OSCE/ODIHR Annual Meeting of the Core Group of Experts on Political Parties (Warsaw).

211, 2017

Icelandic Althingi election 2017: One more government defeat – and a party system in a continuing flux

November 2nd, 2017|

By Ólafur Th. Hardarson (University of Iceland)

An Althingi election in Iceland took place on October 28th 2017 – only a year after the 2016 election. In September, Bright Future decided to leave their government coalition with the conservative Independence Party, and the new right-of-centre Reform Party. Bright Future claimed that a serious breach of confidence […]

3010, 2017

OSCE/ODIHR Opinion (Spain)

October 30th, 2017|

OSCE/ODIHR Opinion on Laws Regulation the Funding of Political Parties in Spain.

2710, 2017

Article in “openDemocracy”

October 27th, 2017|

Post with Angela Bourne on the consequences of party banning in Europe.

2710, 2017

The 2017 parliamentary election in the Czech Republic: continuous fragility and the victory of an anti-establishment politics

October 27th, 2017|

By Vlastimil Havlik (Masaryk University) and Tim Haughton (University of Birmingham)

Two initial observations stand out with the first glance at results of the last parliamentary election that took place in the Czech Republic last week. First, confirmation of stability instability dating back to the 2010 “earthquake election”. Second, a clear victory of an anti-establishment party. […]