While France takes great strides to reduce waste, Paul Hoffman explores why Europe should follow its lead.
Conditions in Yemen are rapidly deteriorating, but the West is slow to act. Ben Krasa wonders why Western leaders are turning a blind eye to this tragedy.
Donald Trump has closed the American borders for most of the Islamic world. Sabine Volk explains how it got to this.
In the throes and woes of Brexit, British cinema stands to lose big; Emilie Oudet explains how.
ACLA Call for Papers: (under-)Graduate seminar on “Stories that Do: Narrative Arts and the Wider World”
The American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) has an exciting opportunity for BA and MA students who are interested in literature’s impact on the real world!
In Karlsruhe, Germany, Dana Ghafoor explores an exhibition that has a new vision of Europe beyond the divide of East and West
Jessica Sofizade reflects on the past year in politics and searches for a way to move forward.
What does globalization mean for Europe? Daniele Carminati gives an introduction to the future of Global Europe.
James Leigh brings us on a tour of the divided city of Mitrovica, where an old bridge becomes a new divide and heightens tensions in a city caught between countries.
Have you ever wondered if your teachers talk about you behind your back?
Albert Meijer is back with the newest of the Back Office Series, insight into the complicated and gossip-filled world of Erasmus Mundus administration.