As The Netherlands will be the first of three founding EU Member States to hold a major election this year, Arne van Lienden dissects the political climate surrounding the vote.
The faith in science is declining worldwide. Paul Hoffman argues it is time for the EU to step in.
President Trump is shaking up the international world order. Tyler Winowiecki explains what we can expect.
While race issues are still rampant in the United States, Sabine Volk proposes that Europe is now focused on cultural differences instead.
With the UK leaving the EU, can English continue as an acceptable working language after Brexit?
Even after Brexit, English is a global and a European language that the EU should not neglect.
Germany has elected a new president. Who is Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and what lies in store?
The EU supports autocratic regimes in the Western Balkans. Stefan Stankovic explains why the EU has no other choice at the moment.
After exploring Islamophobia in the United States, Sabine Volk now asks: is Islamophobia the new anti-Semitism?
Meet the Erasmus Graduates whose business is bringing EU funding to Italy’s entrepreneurs: Life after European Studies Interview
Erasmus Mundus Euroculture graduates Selina Rosset and Mattia Anzit introduce their new company, Euroregion Consulting and talk confused entrepreneurs, Italian bureaucracy and European business in the age of Euroscepticism.