The Swedish populist party the Sweden Democrats are no strangers to racist statements from party officials, but this time it might cost them more than usual. Not only was the statement made live on national television – the party leadership was present and did nothing to refute it. […]
25 year old masters student of history, guide at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, europeanist, federalist, proponent for solidarity, unity and liberation from oppression.
My group of friends right now are, as I assume most groups of young, politically conscious Europeans are, discussing the Catalan independence movement. Debates rage on across Facebook, with people are taking sides, figurative barricades erected discussing if literal barricades should be set down and the like. One […]
As the German parliamentary elections are winding down with the far right AfD taking place in the Bundestag for the first time, their cousins in Sweden, the Sweden Democrats, swerve towards scandal. Europa United Editor Adam Snygg reports. The newspaper Expressen (“The Express”) and the TV4 program Kalla […]
Is it right to think that the European movement has the edge when it comes to owning the internet but that it fails to mobile and get out on the streets and represent what it stands for? Europa United Editor Adan Snygg gives us a guide on how […]
Europa United editor, Adam Snygg, casts a critical eye over the Rome manifesto, a result of a recent think-tank collaboration between the brightest minds in Europe. The manifesto was announced last week prior to the 60th celebrations of the Treaty of Rome anniversary Europe seems to in vogue. […]
Europa United editor, Adam Snygg, discusses how the aristocracy across Europe have dealt with change throughout the ages and how some, surprisingly, seem to be able to cope. Constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe is rule rather than exception and there is a sprinkling of royalty in Southern Europe […]
The Austrian presidential election this year has certainly been a wild ride. After incumbent president Heinz Fischer served the Austrian maximum of two terms, he stepped down, letting new candidates campaign for the important, but largely ceremonial position. After the first round, it was clear that in a […]