Friday, 09 February 2018 12:58 Written by Dafydd ab Iago
December of 2017 in Belgium was one of the darkest and most sunless since records began to be kept.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 12:39 Written by Philippe Legrain
Are you feeling better off? I hope so – and so do European policymakers.
Monday, 05 February 2018 10:58 Written by Alicja Gescinska
“The situation is as deplorable as in the Middle Ages: pure slavery and exploitation.”
Monday, 20 November 2017 10:50 Written by Alicja Gescinska
As winter slowly approaches it seems the right time to reflect on the role of literature in our lives.
Thursday, 19 October 2017 14:11 Written by Philippe Legrain
Membership of the European Union is meant to blur national borders, yet it also seems to stimulate the desire to create new ones.
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 11:56 Written by Mose Apelblat
Iraqi Kurdistan and Catalonia held referendums on independence one after the other, the first one on 25 September and the second one on 1 October, but without any connection between them.
Plastic in the oceans. Particulates in the air. Radioactive contamination. These are just a few of the things people are likely to think of when asked to give an example of pollution. There is however a form of pollution we often tend to forget about, even though it affects our…
Friday, 01 September 2017 16:32 Written by Philippe Legrain
Last year I was invited to speak at an event in Amsterdam on the state of the city. The organisers asked me to talk about how globalisation and immigration were affecting European cities and draw lessons for Amsterdam from London’s experience.