Articles In This Issue
Ana Andjelić, Rebecca Minkoff
Ana Andjelić is a strategist, writer and doctor of sociology who has amassed experience working for the world’s top advertising agencies and brands, like...
Joseph E. Stiglitz, Project Syndicate
Across the eurozone, political leaders are entering a state of paralysis: citizens want to remain in the EU, but they also want an end to austerity and the return of prosperity. So long as Germany tells them they can’t have both, there can be only one outcome: more pain, more suffering, more unemployment, and even slower growth
Kemal Dervis, Former Minister of Economic Affairs of Turkey
The rise of extreme populism in Europe is coming at the expense of traditional centre-right and centre-left parties and putting the European Union at risk. But the populist threat could induce a restructuring of European politics that ultimately bolsters the EU’s legitimacy
The French Development Agency (AFD) Foreign States Committee has approved on Wednesday the first phase of a Public Policy...
We had a very open and constructive exchange of opinions regarding the latest developments in the Western Balkans, as...
Vaccines are available for police officers, Interior Ministry employees, pharmacists, pre-school and school teachers as well as other categories...