Tag Archives: EU

Rome 2.0: A Manifesto for a New Europe

Just in time for the treaty’s 60th anniversary on 25 March this year, United Europe is launching a new Rome Manifesto. James Bartholomeusz

The Division of Europe? A Dialogue Between Science and Practice

Seminar on European Politics co-sponsored by Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung (HSS) and Geschwister-Scholl-Institute (GSI) Seminar with three distinct panels on current challenges for European politics and decision-makers in Europe and Germany: Panel 1: Germany in a changing EU…

America First: Will Trump’s Agenda Provide an Opportunity for Europe?

Though it seems counter-intuitive at first sight, Trumps election could lead to a deeper unification in the European Union – especially with new concepts  in the security and defence sector, writes Alois Maderspacher During his…

The most pro-European “Όχι” Greeks ever had to say

The citizens of Greece should have the right to say “Yes” to European solidarity, or “No” to unreasonable austerity, which is only unreasonable because it has proven to be disastrous. But first and foremost, they should have…

The ASEAN Way, the EU, and Human Rights Governance

The EU’s role in setting a standard for human rights, and acting as a source of international pressure when it comes to enforcing these rights, has long been acknowledged. Comparing this aspect of the EU…

EU Reacts to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Tragedy

The EU response to the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over the war zone in Eastern Ukraine highlights difficulties faced by independent nations responding to international conflicts.  Erika Marty examines the obstacles faced in…