While the economic crisis that affected the EU for almost a decade seems to eventually be easing off, post Brexit, the continent is faced with another sort of culmination; this time political. With Brexit just around the corner, which will propel not just Britain but the whole of […]
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2019 will be a crucial year for Europe. What will its citizens do? In the first of a series of articles on the future of Europe beyond Brexit, Europa United editor Christos Mouzeviris has decided to raise some questions about the direction we are all heading in and if we are […]
After almost thirty years, the Macedonian naming dispute looks like it will finally be resolved but is it really the case? Europa United Editor Christos Mouzeviris looks at possible outcomes. Last Friday Northern Macedonia’s parliament voted for changing its constitutional name, in order to end the dispute with […]
As with most other European countries, one of the main topics of debate in the recent Swedish general elections in September was immigration. The issue has lodged itself at the epicentre of public debate across our continent for a long time now. Immigration has been one of the […]
August has marked Greece’s exit from eight years of international bailouts and the end of the Eurozone’s long financial crisis. However, the EU institutions and other European leaders gave a warning to Athens which is to stick to the policy commitments it made in exchange for €289 billion […]
In the last of our articles focusing on US President Donald Trump’s recent meetings across Europe, Europa United Editor Christos Mouzeviris is convinced that we should pay equal attention to the US and Russian presidents when it comes to potential threats to European stability. Ever since Donald Trump was elected […]
Ever since the election of US President Donald Trump, Europe has been baffled on how to deal with his statements, tweets or policies. We continue to see increasing disbelief of his actions, often followed by a barrage of condemnation and statements from politicians on this side of the Atlantic, […]