Understanding the Civil War in Ukraine


By David Mandel - The Ukrainian conflict, like most political phenomena, is multi-dimensional and highly complex. As such, it calls for a holistic – dialectical, if you wish – approach.

Revolting Europe


How to commemorate the outbreak of World War One


Britain entered the Great War on August 4th, 1914. The statements below were made on August 4th, 2014.

A European Story: Of pigs, horses and people’s lives


It all started in Romania, a poor country that saw benefits in joining the European Union, because of the many much-needed subsidies it could receive to build infrastructure, such as roads, bridges

Europe’s Populist Reformation

What Martin Luther can teach us about Marine Le Pen and Europe's far-right reformation

They were nationalists. They despised the huge supranational institution that ruled over Europe.

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