Before a shocked and awed Western public cries for military intervention, it would do well to internalize three lessons from the devastation wrought in Paris.
Continue reading A Tale of Two or More Cities: What the West Must Learn From Beirut and Paris
Europe’s divided approach to the refugee crisis will undercut the potential economic benefits of the migration.
Continue reading The Economics of Asylum
Historian Holly Case discusses her first-hand experiences studying Europe’s refugee crisis in Hungary and Serbia.
Continue reading Eastern European Responses to the Influx of Migrants and Refugees
Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal of “QE for the people” is based on questionable economic theory.
Continue reading Pounds for Pennies: The Dangers of “Corbynomics” and “People’s QE”
Time is running out for NATO to decide whether Poland should be a buffer or a bulwark against future Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.
Continue reading Poland’s Uncertain Role in NATO: Buffer State or Bulwark?
The recent image of a drowned Syrian boy washed up on a beach has led to calls for better immigration policy across Europe. But many are still fearful of taking the refugees in.
Continue reading Europe’s Refugees – Parasitic or Symbiotic?
In recent years, far-right parties and the anti-Europe and anti-immigrant sentiments they espouse have gained traction in European politics.
Continue reading Conservative Backlash: The Rise of the Far-Right in France
The European Union has rekindled an effort to clearly label products manufactured in Israeli settlements. Can this campaign help disincentivize the establishment of new ones?
Continue reading The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Coming to a Supermarket Near You
Widespread corruption at the highest levels of government and rising ethnic tensions are further splitting an already divided Macedonia.
Continue reading Written Out of History: Macedonia’s Nationalist Rhetoric and the Oppression of Ethnic Albanians