The jihad has built its bridge across the European borders and is now influencing EU’s citizens and member states. The EU has to stand by and watch until effective counter measures have been developed. AdvertisementsRead more "The EU cannot close Jihad’s bridge across Europe"
The EU and its member states’ aid to developing countries that amounts to €55 billion a year, is politically motivated rather than scientifically. Formal colonies, trade partners and media-favorites become ‘donor darlings’.Read more "Political reasons create donor darlings"
“Some European countries’ conduct is reminiscent of 1938. It’s reminiscent of how Europeans abandoned Czechoslovakia to its fate. Now they are making all kinds of excuses to abandon [us].” This isn’t a quote from a dictator from a far-flung land. This is Israeli Foreign Minister: Avigdor Lieberman.Read more "Is the EU, really, a “challenge” to Israeli diplomacy?"
The EU and West Africa completed an economic agreement in 2014 that will link the two blocs closer together. But the deal itself, its positive outcomes and the criticism towards it remains a fairly untold story.Read more "A new regime for trade with West Africa"
Myanmar’s transition from a dictatorship to a democracy might not prove as uncomplicated as the EU had hoped. Stalled reforms, even backtracking, some commentators will call the development. But the EU must keep its engagement in the country, several experts argue.Read more "A democratic Myanmar, wishful thinking from the EU?"
While the western world is proud of its exhausted peace doves Merkel and Hollande, Kiev is facing an incredibly difficult task. The only winner of the Minsk-talks last week is Putin; he finally pushed back the EU and NATO from his borders.Read more "Ceasefire: Putin is satisfied, again"
While striving for an international climate deal in Paris this year, the EU risks losing the faith of the world’s poorest countries, as the Commission fails to contribute to prestigious climate fund.Read more "Internal power struggle threatening to turn the EU into a climate-outsider"