Erasmus for the World? Approaching Two Decades of the Erasmus Programme

Is the EU’s Erasmus program a model for the world? Daniele Carminati discusses the history scope and benefit of the Erasmus system and student mobility.

Asian or Eurasian Century? The Emergence of a Media Trend or a Multipolar world

Daniele Carminati looks into the future and sees a new world order where the West is no longer setting the global agenda

Between Trauma and New Visions: “Art in Europe 1945-1968” – a transnational exhibition in Karlsruhe

In Karlsruhe, Germany, Dana Ghafoor explores an exhibition that has a new vision of Europe beyond the divide of East and West

Is It Time To Panic? American Foreign Policy Under Donald J. Trump

What can Trump actually do as President? What are his powers? Lauren Rogers runs through Trump’s proposals and assesses how achievable they really are.

The Czarny Protest: Poland’s Government faces revolt over new strict Abortion Bill

Emma Danks-Lambert follows the emergence of the Czarny Protests against strict new abortion laws being introduced in Poland