Emma Danks-Lambert follows the emergence of the Czarny Protests against strict new abortion laws being introduced in Poland
Emma Danks-Lambert guides us through two months working with Pavee Point, an advocacy organisation for one of Europe’s most neglected minorities, the Irish Travelling Community
Lianne Arentsen Some say most Europeans are fans of Obama. I am not sure about that, but I definitely am. You could say I am an Obama groupie. So this article will be an ode… More
The US election is an unpopularity contest – and here is why!
“… a complete and total shutdown of Muslim Immigration” (Donald J. Trump, December 7, 2015) – Is American Islamophobia new? Where did it come from?
The US has some of the lowest voter turnouts in the Western World, despite being one of the oldest democracies! Should compulsory voting be used to solve this problem?
Trump, whether he wins or loses, has changed the game, and his voters cannot be ignored, or laughed away. They won’t disappear, they need to be won over.
In the wake of the controversy surrounding CETA, The Americorner asks why no one is worried about this far more comprehensive deal.
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.
Is the greatest threat to the EU its own citizens? Elizabete Skrastina shows us how healthy criticism became Euroscepticism.