Europe's World

Ideas and analysis on the issues impacting Europe and the world

Two recent measures show how the Russian government is trying to reshape the country’s civil society.
13 Oct 2017
Democracy is nothing to be afraid of, but we should all be apprehensive about referenda.
9 Oct 2017
Although the financial crisis is behind us there are other monsters threatening the waters of the European Union.
Europe's World Issue 35
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Cities are doing it for themselves
16 Oct 2017
The EU’s new security and defence agenda has gained support among member states
27 Sep 2017
With oral chemotherapy, a quiet revolution is taking place
15 Sep 2017
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"Regionalism, not to say separatism, has become a predominant force in Europe because voters perceive a centralisation of policymaking"

Climate change

"Is there a way to prevent its burst?"

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"Shocks happen, we are shaken – and then we bounce back"

31 Aug 2017
Digital policy

"Don’t try to reinvent the wheel ‒ use the solutions Estonia has already tested"

31 Aug 2017
Future of Europe

"There is no point in governing an organisation of democratic states in an undemocratic manner"

China

"The EU-China relationship is in troubled waters - it's time to look behind the smiles of summit leaders"