Various European crises have demonstrated that the political asymmetry between centre and periphery must be reframed. We need new political cartographies.
It is said that austerity is our fate. But severe fiscal constraints are a fact of economic life only for countries without their own currency.
People rarely talk about the overall objectives of the ‘European Project.’ Much of Europe’s political class acts as if it’s a non-issue.
Airlines might start cancelling flights as early as six months before the end of Brexit negotiation period if no deal is reached.
Kohl’s funeral showed just how far Europe has come since the division and war. His vision of peace, unity and shared identity is gradually becoming a reality.
It would be hard to understand either disaster without a reference to the brutal ravages of two out-of-control markets which habitually devastate lives.