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.
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