In this very first episode of Speaking of Europe’s Plenary Podcast Yves Lacroix and Lena Tomalik talk about the European Parliament’s plenary meeting of December 2021. On the agenda: The Sakharov Prize, the Digital Markets Act and sexual harassment in the EU institutions.
Cosmopolitans or Nationalists? What the Dutch Election Means for Europe
Spanish political scientist Martin Alberdi Rodriguez speaks, as always, about Europe with his frenemies and forbidden lovers Federico Giovannini and Jules Ortjens. The Italian Marxist philosopher and the Dutch local leader of pan-European party Volt rarely agree, except on the fact that we need to be speaking of Europe.
新年快乐! Happy Chinese New Year? THE CHINA-EU DEAL according to Iverson Ng, Hong Kong Researcher
新年快乐! Happy Chinese New Year! Or, to be precise, Happy Lunar New Year! Because the Chinese aren’t the only ones celebrating this turn of the calendar. But is it such a happy new year for […]
Frontex: the EU integrates, the far-right celebrates, the refugee pays
Admit it. You forgot about the refugee crisis. COVID-19 does a lot of nasty stuff to us, and one of its most neglected symptoms is our ability to forget about all the other crises in Europe. The massive waves of asylum-seekers seem gone, mostly. But how come they are?
The Masses of Minsk: What do the Belarusians want?
Nowhere in Europe has the Coronavirus impacted society as much as in Belarus. For the past two months, the streets of Minsk have been turned into the stage of a possible revolution. Together with Budapest-based […]