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?
Russia’s annexation of Crimea shows that traditional kinetic conflict is not out of the question. NATO’s European states must therefore take proactive steps to bolster their own militaries.
Continue reading NATO Must Sharpen Its Resolve and Face an Emboldened Russia
In order to gain popular legitimacy, Die Linke must divorce its present-day image from that of the former Socialist Unity Party of East Germany.
Continue reading Opening Old Wounds
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.
Continue reading Merkel and the German Economy – Austerity or Stimulus?