So Europe is back to its Franco-German rivalry and emerging out of that process is the unthinkable – Bundesbank President, Jens Weidmann – becoming a front-runner to take over the ECB role. He is a man with a past and his current ‘political’ statements, as he lobbies for the position he clearly covets, appear to contradict that past. A leopard never changes its spots. Beware.
After a chaotic start to COP26, Professor Rupert Read from the University of East Anglia reports on events in Glasgow. Read here
Education affects all of us. We at Brave New Europe are giving so much coverage to the university strike in the United Kingdom as we see it as a possible turning point within Britain in […]