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Air Travel in a Post-Lockdown World

In the face of the novel coronavirus, European airlines throughout the continent are struggling to remain viable amid a slow…

Transport and Logistics Persist Despite Turmoil

The extent of the staggering blow that Covid-19 has dealt the global economy has yet to be fully realised. But…

European Wine Producers Face Crisis

When the coronavirus pandemic hit European shores and governments instituted lockdowns, nearly all on-trade routes for wineries shut down in…

Cruise Industry Enters Deep Freeze

In scenes reminiscent of some of the most ambitious film scripts, the last three stranded cruise ships finally docked after…

It’s Not the Germs That’ll Get You

The coronavirus has taken the world by storm. The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared it a global emergency late…

Greek Foreign Policy Hinges on Increased Cooperation

In January 2020, when Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with United States President Donald Trump, the Greek leader remarked that…

Will Trade Wins Keep Europe Strong During Coronavirus?

Italy pulled off a victory when it recently dodged tariffs from the United States on some exported goods, including the…

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…

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…
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