What Europarliament can we expect

Will the new parliament witness a shake up? It will certainly have a harder time managing a huge budget and a few broken promises
Gerardo Fortuna • Friday, 17 May 2019 18:17

Sovereigntists prepare to storm Brussels

A contradiction in terms: why should anyone promoting nation states want to enter the European parliament? And to do what? We explain why the sovereigntist block won’t break through on May 26
Giuseppe Scognamiglio • Monday, 13 May 2019 15:36

Europe is at risk!

The tragedy of Paris is symbolic: if we don't accelerate the european integration's process, Europe falls. Let's keep this in mind on May 23
Giuseppe Scognamiglio • Thursday, 09 May 2019 15:10

The zero growth figures

The European slowdown has brought Italy to a standstill due to structural weakness and the instability produced by the government’s dispute with the EU Commission
Roberta Carlini • Tuesday, 07 May 2019 12:55

The truth, I beseech you, on the 5 Star Movement

Two former 5SM members come forth. “The movement is dead: all that’s left is a successful brand”. “One of the media’s deceits was to validate its revolutionary stature”.
Orlando Trinchi • Friday, 03 May 2019 18:33

Banned from voting

The European electoral law only grants voting rights to EU residents. This means the votes of Europeans living in the UK and Switzerland could be ruled out
Claudia Delpero • Monday, 29 April 2019 14:40

Sovereigntists ahoy!

In May, 400 million Europeans will vote for the ninth time. At a national level, pro-European leaders are in trouble, but less in Europe
Gerardo Pelosi • Thursday, 25 April 2019 12:15

Who's to blame for Euroscepticism?

Should the drop in consensus for the EU be blamed on the press and its short-sighted reporting or on inefficient governance?
Beda Romano • Tuesday, 23 April 2019 15:16

The élite vs the burbs

The Yellow Vest protests have highlighted Macron’s frailties. He must work to revive his political programme and get the majority of those who voted for him to back it
Jean-Pierre Darnis • Monday, 22 April 2019 10:59

“Ode to Joy” or “La Marseillaise”?

As the French president’s European enthusiasm wanes, partly due to the geopolitical climate, the French nationalists take to the streets
Paola Peduzzi • Sunday, 21 April 2019 16:27

The ineffectual revolt

Why have Macron’s reforms stalled? Is it just a problem of communication or are there other underlying issues?
Francesco Saraceno • Thursday, 18 April 2019 14:25

A new history for Hungary

Interview with the historian Gábor Egry on the government’s projects to change and reinvent Hungary’s past including Budapest’s architectural layout
Simone Benazzo • Wednesday, 17 April 2019 14:32

Leadership required

Only Europe can hope to stonewall the glorification of the nation state as proclaimed by the Trump administration
Erik Jones • Saturday, 13 April 2019 16:07

Tbilisi, Salome’s dream

Salome Zurabishvili is the first woman president of the former Soviet Republic. The ex-diplomat with a French accent is set on making her country part of the EU
Riccardo Intini • Tuesday, 09 April 2019 12:34

Gibraltar, the rock of discord

The European Union has stepped in once again to solve the longstanding dispute between Spain and UK. And Madrid wins: another negative Brexit outcome for Elizabeth's subjects
Mario Magarò • Friday, 05 April 2019 13:04

Yulia's return

The incumbent president versus the revived Yulia Tymoshenko, ahead in the polls. But an outsider, comedian Volodymir Zelensky, could spoil the party
Oleksiy Bondarenko • Monday, 01 April 2019 16:05

Brexit is about to get real

Unravelling decade-long ties is bound to be exprensive. The United Kingdom is heading towards vassal status in a strenghtened Eu
Alessandro Marrone • Thursday, 28 March 2019 12:24

A social Europe exists

Social policies, employment and a common European welfare are essential objectives to revive a caring community as well as a trading one
Francesco Clementi • Sunday, 24 March 2019 14:25