As a German I am sometimes not sure what to think and feel about the British attitude towards the European Union and if I am happy that the ‘cherry pickers’ are on their way out or if I should fight to keep this unique part of Europe on […]
German businesswoman who studied political science, history and economy in Trier, Germany and travelling a lot around. Co Founder and Editor at Europa United.
Europe is at war and our very own Europa United Facebook page was under attack for 10 days during the so called Catalonia crisis. And after we have spoken to our partners at various European pages we found that they experienced the same. We are in the middle of […]
There is a conflict going on directly on the EU’s doorstep and I see very few reports about it. But there are people in need, they are our neighbours and these neighbours are aiming to join the EU. So what is the EU doing for these humans? Let’s […]
As the U.S. Congress continues to investigate Russian efforts to meddle in last year’s presidential election in favour of Donald Trump, it has released a list of 2,752 now-deactivated accounts that Twitter identified as being tied to Russia’s “Internet Research Agency” troll farm. According to Facebook, adverts that were paid […]
I have strong connections with Spain and Catalonia since my childhood – I read, write, and speak Spanish with some Catalan too. I have many friends in Spain and talk with a lot of people there on a regular basis. I was more than happy when the days […]
One day on from the Bundestag (German Parliament) election and all eyes are on Germany, asking what has just happened and why? Who can and who will form a new Government and what does this mean for the European project? For the first time in more than 50 […]
The upcoming German election may look boring at first sight, with Angela Merkel’s CDU leading in all polls and seeming already set to serve another term as Chancellor of Germany, but for me it doesn’t – and for the very first time since the end of World War […]