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GUE/NGL has a wide range of publications and flyers that set out the positions of the group on important topical issues. They can be downloaded by clicking on the language or you can request a hard copy by getting in touch with us at

How special status for Northern Ireland within the EU can be delivered

There's no legal impediment to Special Designated Status for the North of Ireland within the EU - legal analysis.

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The planet will not survive capitalism

Thinking about ecological alternatives, building sustainable models and the struggle for climate justice Outcome of the GUE/NGL conference organised on the 29th of March 2017 by the Members of the European Parliament Xabier Benito Ziluaga, Malin Björk and Eleonora Forenza in the European Parliament (Brussels, Belgium)

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Our Work. Your Voice. The Left in the European Parliament 2014-2016

An account of GUE/NGL achievements this legislature.

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Port Cooperation Between European Seaports

by the Fraunhofer Center For Maritime Logistics And Services on behalf of the GUE/NGL

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The Judgement of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal Turin-Almese Session, 5-8 novembre 2015 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, PARTICIPATION OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MEGA PROJECTS  From the Lyon-Turin high-speed rail to the global reality

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Trade and investment treaties are at the centre of today’s social, political and juridical debate. The controversy around the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Treaty (TTIP) has triggered this debate.

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Peace,  Human Rights,  Solidarity and Justice

The European United Left/Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) group in the European Parliament is opposed to the EU’s foreign and security policy and the structures established by the Lisbon Treaty. We strongly criticise the lack of democratic control and parliamentary influence over this policy area. We call for a drastic revision of the EU’s external policy.

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NATO & EU: End the militarisation of Europe

NATO & the EU: End the militarisation of Europe A civil Europe? It is often claimed that the European Union should be a union of peace, but if it ever was, it is no longer. Strong evidence for this is the European Union’s close cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); a purely military alliance. The intensified relationship between NATO and the EU primarily strengthens the EU’s relationship with the United States and the military protection of the global neoliberal agenda which is the ‘cement’ that binds these ‘brothers in arms’ together.

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