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15 January 2021

The world after the pandemic. The role of Europe and China

How and when will we emerge from the worst crisis of the last 70 years? The partnership between Europe and China will be crucial
Giuseppe Scognamiglio
24 December 2020

Home schoolig and remote learning: which consequences for the Covid generation?

Who or what determines the choices for learning from home and what impact will it have on education and employment of the Covid generation?
Oliver Beniston
18 November 2020

Covid and EU: will the EU rescue the economy from the crisis?

Five students of the Model EU 2020, the training course held by Eastwest European Institute, analyze the response that the European Union is giving to the Covid-19 crisis
Daria Derevianchuk, Ana Maša Leskovšek, Giorgia Polo, Clement Wallace e Marta Wawrzyniak
27 October 2020

Brexit and Covid: how do they work?

The Covid-19 pandemic slowed down many global processes, and one is Brexit. Can we blame the virus for a “no-deal” with the EU?
Karolina Korockina
23 October 2020

Social life after Covid: will it change and how?

The Covid-19 pandemic caused dramatic limitations to everyday routines. Our world will be increasingly digital, globalization will slow down, and regional and local connections will increase
Karolina Korockina
21 October 2020

Covid-19, education: online or in-person?

The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic puts the schooling process under the pressure of new rules. What spring schooling will look like in Europe?
Karolina Korockina
19 October 2020

North vs. South: the forgotten crisis killing Europe

Europe, North vs. South: sharpened by the crisis of Covid-19, will the financial differences spark the demise of a politically unified Europe as we know it?
Oliver Beniston
8 October 2020

EU digital data protection

Amidst issues of interdependency, technological sovereignty and US bans over alleged CCP infiltration, the EU’s continued integrated partnership with Huawei is not without concern
Clement Wallace
1 October 2020

Volt Europa movement: is it going to be a real party?

Despite not being a real party yet, Volt Europa demonstrated that groups of citizens can share interests across borders. Definetely, it will play an important role inside European politics
Giorgia Polo
14 September 2020

Education in Italy: how much are students considered?

The Covid-19 pandemic has been cause to rethink Italian education, which needs to be more inclusive, diverse and capable of giving its students access to the future they deserve
Giorgia Polo