If I had a Euro for every time I’ve heard phrases like “we don’t mean people like you” or “you’ll be fine” or “nothing will change” in relation to Brexit, I would be a very wealthy lady by now. I’m a German citizen but, in 1998, I made my home in England with my British…
How does the younger generation of EU experts see the current state of the Union and its future? A report from a panel discussion at the University of Wrocław
It would be hard to understand either disaster without a reference to the brutal ravages of two out-of-control markets which habitually devastate lives.
Politicians are forever legitimising their actions by co-opting history to their side, often quite cynically so.
What drives Steve Bannon, Vladislav Surkov and Dominic Cummings?
By Louisa Naks British media have been recently reporting on the rise in hate crimes. According to some reports there has been a 20% increase in hate crimes following the referendum results. While this is a troubling figure, we shouldn’t jump to conclusion that any crime perpetrated against an immigrant is a hate crime. Take…
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or not? On June 23rd, just shy of one week, the British people will come forth and seal the fate of their country and, perhaps, of Europe as a whole. But how did we get here in the first place?