Satire: The EU’s Mogherini has devised an ingenious plan to preserve its 28 Member States structure.
With Russian propaganda in the EU rising, the East Stratcom Task Force are the EU’s first line of defence against disinformation, reveals Lianne Arentsen in this chilling, engaging and humorous analysis of the Hybrid War.
What is an Erasmus Mundus Master? Is it for you? According to popular travel blogger Virginia Stuart-Taylor, if you love to travel, Erasmus Mundus might just be your ticket to the world.
Two of our writers went undercover at a Trump rally. Here’s what they saw and here’s what it means- for the US, for Europe and for democracy.
The Americorner: Christmas Cancelled? The CENTA Free Trade Agreement between the EU and North Pole Region Narrowly Avoids Collapse
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.
A prison “a terrifying place with clanging steel doors constantly being locked and unlocked by the guards, surrounded high fences and razor wire”. For failed asylum seekers -This is Britain.
An American’s take on Europe and the Wider World: A satirical, factually inaccurate yet possibly politically stimulating stream of nonsense that is uncomfortably close to the truth. This week- Nigel Farage.
What does it mean to be a European citizen? The realities of EU citizenship and the nationalism problem of Europe
What does being a citizen of the European Union mean? What rights, what obligations? And is it incompatible with national identity? Elizabete Skrastina explains the ins and outs of EU citizenship.