The rejection by the European Parliament of Slyvie Goulard as French commissioner showed that ‘it’s France’ is not a sufficient excuse for special treatment.
Columns & Interviews
by Alida Vračić on
High emigration rates are doing massive damage to the prospects of the western Balkans—would a stronger EU perspective reverse this outflow?
by Anna Nadibaidze on
Access for the states concerned, most immediately for North Macedonia and Albania, would be many years off—but the symbolism is important.
by Karin Pettersson on
Karin Pettersson argues that ‘free speech’ is not a licence for politicians relying on rage to lie, and for such lies to be amplified by ‘social media’.
by Jon Bloomfield on
The nationalist left offers one response to neoliberal globalisation. The wrong one.
by Reka Tunyogi on
A Child Guarantee can be a second launchpad for investing in children.
by Gitta Trauernicht on
Children without or at risk of losing parental care represent a stain on Europe’s moral conscience.
by Mariana Mazzucato on
Reforming the digital economy so that it serves collective ends is the defining economic challenge of our time.
by Éloi Laurent on
A genuine European Green New Deal must place social justice and ecological protection ahead of fiscal discipline and economic growth.
by Colin Hines on
Support has been surging on both sides of the Atlantic for the idea of a Green New Deal. Time to turn it into action, and jobs, on the ground.