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Radical political engagement in southeast Europe
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Radical political engagement in southeast Europe

The level of divisiveness and polarization we are witnessing today demands a more careful consideration of the social processes driving the radical forms
of political engagement, of the dynamics of radicalization and its embeddedness in pressing social and political issues.

With the EU and international attention focused on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, SEE political actors are less constrained to flirt with anti-migrants
sentiments of the public, sending signals that the ongoing anti-migrant radicalization might go full steam ahead.

New forms of emancipatory radicalism are necessary to continue an active struggle to sustain an open-ended perspective towards the future, thus enabling true political alternatives.

Whole study in English can be found here