A centrist banker who has lived in the US for most of his life and has no political experience has taken over Syriza. You couldn’t make it up. Read the article HERE.
A long read from the sharpest critics of German foreign policy. In the ‘American Affairs Journal’. Read the article HERE.
The EU’s new clamp down on Chinese imports is likely to hit the bloc’s own green transition when China retaliates. Louise Curran is Professor of International Business at TBS Education. Cross-posted from The Conversation Europe […]
European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen has sided with France in its battle with Germany over Chinese electric vehicle imports. No wonder she is a candidate for the next head of NATO – the […]
Divides among European elites over what to do about the fact that China is miles ahead of Europe when it comes to electric vehicles. Read the article HERE.
European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen has appointed former Shell employee Wopke Hoekstra as the new Climate Commissioner. Hoekstra’s “most noteworthy political achievement regarding climate is as a target of a parliamentary inquiry, where […]
Useful insight into what countries on the other side of the Mediterranean gain from signing migration control deals with the EU. It’s not good. Katharina Natter is Senior Assistant Professor at the Institute of Political […]
Latest developments around attacks on freedom of the press in Europe and the EU Media Freedom Act. In ‘Investigate Europe’. Read the article HERE.
The history of the Scottish National Party’s trajectory from arch-critics of the EU in the 1970s to arch-sycophants today. George Kerevan is a Scottish journalist and economist, and a former SNP MP. Cross-posted from Conter […]
The EU are struggling to keep up with the revolt against French neo-colonialism in Africa, with eight coups against pro-French rulers in the past three years. Read the article HERE.