Nicolo Fraccaroli and Anatole Cheysson ask whether we may see a re-emergence of left-right politics as Eurosceptic parties increase their presence in the European Parliament.
Some EU governments are trying to escape an energy investment treaty that could see them sued for billions. Read here
This is probably the oddest article we have posted on BRAVE NEW EUROPE up to now and sums up why Europe is having so many difficulties. Most of these difficulties, like this one, are not […]
For all its economic growth, income inequality and poverty are top election issues as Lithuanians vote on Sunday for a new president in round one of a tight race in the Baltic eurozone state. Read […]