Putin definitely seems to have a map in his head. This is in contrast to the EU and whose Member States have different maps of Europe in their heads.
The growth of the emerging economies is slowing down. Are we at the end of the Great Convergence or is this just a slowdown, a re-balancing of global growth?
Andrés Ortega asks Corinne Balleix, Political scientist (Science Po, París) and author of La politique migratoire de l’Union européenne, and Ferruccio Pastore, Director of FIERI (Forum Internazionale ed Europeo di Ricerche sull’Immigrazione, Turin, Italy).[...]
The announcement of NATO’s clinical death at the age of 65 has been premature. It is emerging from Afghanistan after a long war with uncertain results, but which has also seen history’s largest military coalition, comprising the 28 NATO allies and a further 22 States that have cooperated with[...]
The annexation of the Crimea has led the European Union to begin to consider weaning itself off its heavy dependence on Russia for energy supplies, particularly gas. There is an alternative in the Eastern Mediterranean, which might also help resolve another thorny issue – the reunification of Cyprus, divided[...]
Andrés Ortega asks Simón Pachano ( Political scientist, lecturer and researcher of FLACSO Ecuador), Carlos A. Romero (Institute of Political Studies, Central University of Venezuela) and Juan Carlos Monedero (Professor of Political Science and Administration, Complutense University of Madrid and researcher at the Miranda International Center).[...]
The European elections concern 507 million citizens of 28 EU member states, of which around 380 million are entitled to vote, in one of the world’s biggest democratic exercises (second only to India).
Global Spectator: Let’s ask…"The West and Russia: which way out of the Ukraine crisis?" Andrés Ortega asks Andrew Wilson (Senior Policy Fellow, ECFR) and Carmen Claudín (Senior Researcher, CIDOB).[...]