The next British centre-left
New Policy Network publication urges the Labour party to adopt a more
realist, long-term and coalition-building political strategy. By PATRICK DIAMOND & MICHAEL KENNY
The future of economic governance in the EU
New publication marks a serious attempt to break free from the damaging polarisation of the eurocrisis and identify common ground where sensible economics and political reality can join forces.
Essay: Europe’s illusionary straitjacket
The idea that the solution to the continent's woes lies in Eurozone break-up is both dangerous and dubious. Eurobonds and fiscal innovations can be game changers. By ANKE HASSEL & WALTRAUD SCHELKLE
The dangers of Britain’s new global mythRoger Liddle
The Conservative-led government's view of the UK’s relationship with Europe belies a lack of vision about Britain’s role in the twenty first century.
Parameters of a crisisRichard Corbett
The EU's multifaceted reforms have changed treaties, legislation, supervision and behaviour. Now measured assessment is imperative.
The Europeanisation of domestic politicsOlaf Cramme
The trend towards the Europeanisation of domestic politics may see the emergence of a genuine debate between left and right at the EU level.
News and Events
Labour's lost liberalism15 March 2012
Policy Network publication "The next British centre-left" has encouraged a debate within the Labour party and amongst political commentators.
François Hollande in London29 February 2012
French presidential candidate François Hollande will today outline his vision for France in a campaign speech at King's College London.
State of the Left - Jan 201231 January 2012
The latest edition of Policy Network's monthly briefing on the state of centre-left politics in different national settings.