Agnese Olmati Imagine how the map of the European Union could look like in 2030. A compact conglomerate of Member States, with only two small black holes – Switzerland and the […]
A look at post-Soviet imagery in Europe Yelena Kilina I remember it well: some time ago in England, while skimming through the pages of a history magazine, between stories about the Tudors […]
Another journalist has been slain on European soil. What will it take for the EU to do something?
Brexit has shaken the foundations of the EU. Linda Piersma sees opportunities in the new situation.
Africa and Europe’s borders coincide in the Spanish port cities of Ceuta and Melilla. Rick Terpstra addresses the violations that migrants face here.
Angela Medendorp explains how the gas lobby is threatening Europe’s sustainable energy future.
“The American Foreign Secretary Henry Kissinger famously once asked ‘Who do I call when I want to call Europe?’ The modern day version coming from Rex Tillerson might be, ‘Who do I call, email, text, tweet…’, but the premise remains the same – who does one call to get the lowdown on Europe?”
Europe has bigger problems than Brexit and the far right.
As the second semester approaches in the Euroculture master programme, there is another important decision to be made; namely, which track to choose for the third semester: professional or research?
Merkel has won another term, the SPD has taken a hit, and the far-right has won seats in the Bundestag. Wong Tsz sheds light on how it all went down.