The elections to the European Parliament (EP) this Sunday are not receiving the attention they deserve except to question the result of Eurosceptic forces
The European elections will mark a new, more complex era, with more challenges but also new possibilities to halt and reverse the nationalist-populist movements.
Weakened by repeated arrests of leaders and operatives and minimal support for its cause, ETA became a spent force long before it disbanded.
The explosion of connectivity is also making itself felt in the current elections in India, in which the nationalist Narendra Modi’s future is at stake.
The eventual holding or otherwise of the European elections in the UK on 23 May could constitute a watershed for British politics and eventually for the EU.
The United Kingdom is far from being a ‘happy breed of men’ (or women), thanks to the Brexit fiasco. All of this makes me ashamed to be British.
The veil has been lifted from what has called ‘Europe’s naivety’ towards China, although this does not translate into the EU being more united on China.
Existing tax rules were not designed for the new digital economy or for the business models that are being established. Many companies are digital or conduct a major part of their business in the digital sphere. Nine out of the world’s 20 largest companies by market capitalisation are digital,[...]