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As Pedro Sanchez failed in its second attempt to become Prime Minister of Spain, we take a look at an infographic which uncovers how long it takes, on average and across Europe, to form a government.
In the light of yet another deadlock-looking-outcome for Spain, an article in ElPaìs highlights the role electoral systems play in shaping electoral results.
In the aftermath of the latest Spanish elections, media in the country focus on the rise of the far-right party, Vox.
This week, almost three and a half years after the EU referendum, UK voters are called to the ballot boxes to renew the Parliament and, therefore, define the ultimate destiny of the Brexit saga. Tactical voting might well make the difference.
The democratisation process in South East Europe is stagnating, or even going backwards. Serbia is now considered a “partly free” country, just like Hungary.
Eventually, European policy makers and MEPs greeted the start of the new European Commission’s term. The new president Ursula Von Der Leyen mentioned that the priority of the Commission team would be to revive Europe’s democracy. It might need to break with the past if it wants to do achieve this.
The EPAC-Dataset covers hundreds of parties in European democracies to unravel the influence of ethnonationalism in party competition.
The European Union intervenes to prevent conflicts or to deal with emerging or real crises.
Students with a migrant background face a number of integration challenges. A situation that influences their learning.
The World Bank classifies economies into four groups each year: low, middle, high and high income.