Interviews with Experts

Dr. Michał Stambulski: The (Im)Possibility of Populist Jurisprudence. Lessons from Poland

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy: Informal, Democratic Structures and the Central Political Power

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. John Borrows: Indigenous Peoples and Populism

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. Oliver Schimdtke: Populism as an Illiberal Response to the Crisis of Democracy

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. Adam Czarnota: Central-Eastern European States Between Liberalism and Populism

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Dr. Pablo Ouziel: Revisiting Spain’s Populist Moment: Left/right Populism and Beyond

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. Daniel Weinstock: Global Responses to Populism and its Causes

May 7, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Young Scholar, Thibault Biscahie: The Democratic Limits of “Anti-Populism”

May 5, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Prof. Kristen Rundle: Populism, Constitutionalism, and the Administrative State

April 26, 2020/by Svetlin Dimitriev

Dr. Valerie D’Erman on her interests in EU policies and trade

April 13, 2020/by Laurence Claussen

Prof. James Tully: The Roots of Modern Democracy and the Need for Participatory Democracy

March 8, 2020/by Fazila Mat

Prof. Chantal Mouffe on crisis of the neoliberal order (French/English)

December 22, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Dr. Benjamin Perrier on what drives his research agenda in European Studies

December 13, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

The Spectre of Populism: A Threat to Liberal Democracy? Lecture by Oliver Schmidtke

December 12, 2019/by Fazila Mat

Prof. Dennis Pilon: The challenges our democracies are facing today

December 6, 2019/by Laurence Claussen

Dr. Tom Junes: Nationalism and inequality as threats to democracy

November 12, 2019/by Laurence Claussen