Threat of Violence Looms Over Corsica as Mafia Grip Tightens
This past September, over 30 local politicians, public figures, and members of the artistic community gathered in the Corsican capital…Read More »
No Verdict, No Credentials: Trial Wraps Up as Catalan MEPs Are Blocked From Collecting Credentials
Wrapping up mere weeks after the European elections, the “trial of the century” has come to a conclusion, though the…Read More »
Immigration Is Not the Primary Concern of Most EU Voters, Polls Show
There’s no mistaking the rise in anti-migrant rhetoric across Europe. In Hungary, Viktor Orban rode it to re-election, and in…Read More »
Will Salvini’s Grand Far-Right Alliance Float?
With barely a month before Europe goes to the polls, Italy’s Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Matteo Salvini, called…Read More »
A New “Alliance for Multilateralism” Seeks to Restore International Cooperation
Early last week, France and Germany announced the joint “Alliance of Multilateralism”, to promote global cooperation in the face of…Read More »
NATO Summit Shows US-EU Defence Relations Remain Strong, Despite Rhetoric & Tension in Other Areas
Transatlantic relations seem to be at a lower point than most. The latest example is the tensions between U.S. President…Read More »
Macron and Merkel Embrace EU Leadership in Recent Visits to the U.S.
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel both visited the United States last week, in two separate trips…Read More »