Germany flexes its muscles
Why is Angela Merkel's government annoying Russia by supporting the protest movement in the Ukraine?
A decade of Polish hopes and fears in the EU
The legacy of long years of Communism dies hard.
Roma migrants increase fear of immigration in the UK
| 28 November 2013 | FAMILY EDGE |
Will demography mean the United Kingdom soon overtakes Germany?
| 09 October 2013 | FAMILY EDGE |
As the European Union continues to be weighed down by recession, Great Britain will emerge more powerful.
Nostalgia for NATO
When the West had a common enemy in the Soviet Union, it was united. Now Europe is fragmenting once again into quarrelling rivals.
The Cyprus bailout: a disturbing precedent
European policy makers have broken a barrier that has been in place since the 1930s.
2013: A year of decision for Europe
| 04 January 2013 | FEATURES |
The definition of the European problem must move beyond the financial crisis to the social consequences of that crisis.
Only 60 years overdue
Despite its critics in the Anglosphere, the European Union has been a great force for peace after centuries of strife. It deserves its Nobel Peace Prize.
Financial markets, politics and the new reality
After the global financial crisis, it is clear that our economic system is not a machine but a political compact.
European democratic deficit again?
| 25 July 2012 | CONJUGALITY |
The futility of European elections
The results of the recent Greek election are indecisive, but they represent how shaky the consensus on the Eurozone is.
Are bureaucrats the salvation of Europe?
Bringing the cycle of endless financial crises to an end may mean surrendering sovereignty to Eurotechnocrats.
Educating kids for starting up, and starting again
The EU Commissioner in charge of education, culture, multilingualism and youth is calling for European schools to turn out students who are more entrepreneurial and with a positive attitude to risk-taking.
Germany faces tough decisions in Europe’s debt crisis
| 01 February 2012 | FEATURES |
The Germans hold many cards, and that's their problem.
Europe’s crisis: unification without a unifying spirit
A founding father of the EU would not be surprised at the problems it is facing.
Page 1 of 3 : 1 2 3 >