Europe

Greek Universities Face Low Graduation Numbers

Greece has a unique problem – despite a high number of students being enrolled in university, only a small percentage…

The Buck Stops Here: Portugal Introduces Changes

Originally aimed at helping the nation make a buck in the wake of the sovereign debt crisis, Portugal is finding…

France Boosts Troops as Violence Plagues Mali

It has been a bloody start to the year for Mali. On January 26th, over twenty Malian soldiers were killed…

Portugal Rolls into 2020 with 200 Scooters

Electronic scooters may soon be the preferred way to cruise around the streets of Portugal. In Faro, a beachside town…

Deal or No-Deal, Brexit Is Just Beginning

With tears, cheers, and a rendition of Auld Lang Syne, the UK officially made its long-awaited departure from the European…

The famous, chocolatey spread continues to crush competing brands at home and abroad

The richest family in Italy is only continuing to rise. Behind the sweet hazelnut spread Nutella stands the Ferrero family…

Greece Aims to Build a Wall at Sea

As migration from Turkey and North Africa picks up once again, Southern Europe is scrambling to find coping solutions. Greece,…

Putting a Cap on Farm Subsidies

Late last year, a New York Times investigation blew the cover on how EU farming subsidies, known as the Common…

Will Macron Outlast Union Protests and Push Through Pension Reforms?

On January 24TH, French Prime Minister Edouard Phillipe presented President Emmanuel Macron’s controversial pension reform plan. The law has now…

Corruption Perception Index Highlights Successes and Concerns for EU Nations

The Corruption Perception Index, collated by anti-corruption coalition Transparency International, ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their…
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