“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?”
The Pulse of Europe movement is growing. Sabine Volk reports from the first meeting in Groningen.
Nationalism and populism have been on the rise in the West. What does this tell us about the future of Europe?
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.
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.
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.
A new colonial rivalry is brewing in Bengal- not about land but about conservation. Join Arnab Duta’s wonderful tour of ‘Little Europe in Bengal’ where he guides us through the efforts being made to restore and conserve the remains of India’s lesser known colonial settlements, and the politics surrounding it.
Arnab Dutta invites us to explore India’s Little Europe, where the colonial settlements vied for dominance and cultural supremacy.
EDITORIAL: Taking an outsider perspective on the US Constitution, Sabine Volk suggests a European solution to its shortcomings.