Is the conservation of European heritage in India a new form of colonialism? Arnab Dutta concludes his series on ‘Little Europe in Bengal’ by exposing the dangers of Europe’s fresh interest in India.
Arnab Dutta invites us to explore India’s Little Europe, where the colonial settlements vied for dominance and cultural supremacy.
As a participant in February’s Global Intern Strike in Brussels, Amina Kussainova takes a hard look at unpaid internships.
Is the greatest threat to the EU its own citizens? Elizabete Skrastina shows us how healthy criticism became Euroscepticism.
A prison “a terrifying place with clanging steel doors constantly being locked and unlocked by the guards, surrounded high fences and razor wire”. For failed asylum seekers -This is Britain.
An American’s take on Europe and the Wider World: A satirical, factually inaccurate yet possibly politically stimulating stream of nonsense that is uncomfortably close to the truth. This week- Nigel Farage.
What does being a citizen of the European Union mean? What rights, what obligations? And is it incompatible with national identity? Elizabete Skrastina explains the ins and outs of EU citizenship.
In the wake of the Brexit vote, another referendum could split the UK with Scottish nationalists pushing for another independence vote. Emily Burt shows us the fault lines in the lonely island.
A new colonial rivalry is brewing in Bengal- not about land but about conservation. Join Arnab Duta’s wonderful tour of ‘Little Europe in Bengal’ where he guides us through the efforts being made to restore and conserve the remains of India’s lesser known colonial settlements, and the politics surrounding it.
Editorial: Today the internet is a key platform for extremist propaganda and terrorist recruitment. Eric Hartshorne, author of ‘A brief history of Terror’ charts the rise of online terrorism and radicalisation and explains how they are being combatted.