Europe's World

Ideas and analysis on the issues impacting Europe and the world

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Women are disproportionately affected by climate change
11 Apr 2017
Europe's march against populism
6 Apr 2017
In the fragmented world of the Dutch party politics, there is no safe space
5 Apr 2017
National reforms need to go hand in hand with European reforms
4 Apr 2017
Does Britain's Foreign Secretary offer a fresh start?
4 Apr 2017
Europe needs to think realistically about how we enhance migrants' time on the continent
This is no time for Europe to rest on its laurels
24 Mar 2017
Income growth does not provide a complete picture
20 Mar 2017
The alternatives to freedom of movement
13 Mar 2017
Around ten seats could swing based on young people’s votes
10 Mar 2017
We need a shift in thinking to understand that security starts from within
8 Mar 2017
No country can get ahead if it leaves half its people behind
7 Mar 2017
The desire to close borders overlooks the notion that today’s terrorists are mostly homegrown
2 Mar 2017
Growing political polarisation leads to more abusive language in politics
28 Feb 2017
The Dutch are in the midst of a severe identity crisis
21 Feb 2017
Cementing a legacy as one of the country's great leaders
14 Feb 2017
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"The global enthusiasm around UBI must be viewed as a sign of the failures in current social protection systems"

"The EU should make mediation a central plank of its response to dealing with seemingly intractable political challenges"

19 Oct 2017
Housing Solutions Platform

"England needs 222,000 homes more annually, every year until at least 2037"

16 Oct 2017
Investing in Sustainable Peace and Development

"The international community prioritised security above development and used the latter as an instrument of stabilisation within a strictly securit

16 Oct 2017
Frankly Speaking

"Regionalism, not to say separatism, has become a predominant force in Europe because voters perceive a centralisation of policymaking"