Without the necessary investments in refugees, the EU will have a long-term aid problem, especially by hosting with no future working opportunities
- A dramatic testimony and warning to Europe from Kyiv
- Twenty-five years later, the phantom of nationalism has not disappeared, in the Balkans just like in Europe
- After three months of painful closing, the EU is set to re-open most of internal borders. Will that be enough to revive the original free movement spirit?
- At the crossroads between East and West, Turkey has always pursued border security as a key axis of its foreign policy. In recent years Erdogan even used frontiers as an adventurous geopolitical tool: not always as successfully as it may seem.
- The coronavirus crisis has turned the world upside down, including in terms of mobility priviliges, expectations and prejudices. Are we witnessing the advent of a new form of Immoblity Justice?
- Populism is not really a concept and the recent wave all over the world should be called maybe “neopopulism”. Neopopulism is not in itself extremism, nationalism, radicalization. But due to its mythical structure, it may lead to these phenomena.
- Populist claim that traditional cultures today are under threat. There are three cases were majority rights claims are plausible as a principle of liberal democracy, says Alan Patten.
- The centrist extremism of Angela Merkel’s reign has reached its end and a new political course will soon emerge in Germany. The country must reach decisive conclusions on topics such as finance, defense, immigration, technological and energy autonomy. What future for the largest economy in Europe?