Europe’s member states have, for the most part, let their tumultuous histories remain in the past. But every now and again, an issue springs up.
In recent years, far-right parties and the anti-Europe and anti-immigrant sentiments they espouse have gained traction in European politics.
The United States of Europe — Jean Monnet’s vision for the continent during the early days of the European Coal and Steel Community — is certainly not the reality of the present.
After the election of a new far-left government in Greece, the Eurozone risks losing one of its first members, and perhaps much more.
Puneet Brar dissects the recommendations and concerns detailed in the most recent OECD Economic Outlook report.
Through her cautious handling of German austerity policy, Chancellor Angela Merkel has positioned her nation as the leading economy in Europe. Yet, in light of recent economic turbulence, there is concern over whether the use of austerity is doing more harm than good to the German and European economies. Jordan Jackson reports.