October 1, 2017


October 1, 2017

Catalan self-determination illusory

The appalling violence handed out by the authorities in Catalonia has shown to the world that in an EU-backed Spain at least the concept of self-determination is illusory, says Peter Divey.
August 3, 2017

Migrant crisis pushes Europe to the brink

Alexander Fiuza believes the EU migrant crisis is undermining the stability of the European Union. Brussels must urgently rethink its existing strategy of tackling the crisis, he says.
July 11, 2017

The EU can’t stand up to Russia

Vested interests mean the EU fails to present a credible force to face up to Vladimir Putin’s ambitions. In reality, the West will be defended by a strong NATO, says Joseph Hackett.
June 1, 2017

Ukraine: cookin’ on gas

Energy independence holds the key to Ukrainian stability, says Alan Apter.
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