Christopher Smart looks at reforming banking in the Eurozone, arguing that doing so would be a major positive for the EU.
Many investors have written off Europe. But that could be a mistake.
Mark Leonard evaluates the crisis of political representation, and the generational differences that have emerged.
Hans-Werner Sinn explores the EU responses to Brexit.
The last two years have brought significant challenges to the integrity of the EU. European Council President Donald Tusk outlines some of the solutions.
Did 28 European countries wed for love, or for money? Was their marriage arranged by elders, was it passionate consummation, or was it a necessary step just to formalize convenience?
President Donald Tusk's letter to the 27 EU heads of state or government on the future of the EU before the Malta summit.
Yanis Varoufakis looks at the factors causing the death of the European idea, and how a five-point plan can help save it.
Research explores trends in inequality in Europe from 1300 onwards.
The EU faces big challenges that have led to dire predictions about its future. The end of the European project is probably not yet imminent. Still, manifestations of discontent in so man...
“The list of threats from a European context are all coming together,” said Robin Niblett, referring to challenges involving Russia, the Middle East, refugees, immigration, Brexit, terror...
The world is a more dangerous place, which makes it more important than ever for developed democracies to come together.
Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, gave a special address at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos.
Last year, we argued – against the conventional wisdom at the time – that the risk of a Leave victory in the UK referendum was substantial, fuelled in particular by widespread concerns ab...
Governments across the world are dealing with the impact of an expanding flow of displaced people. Living and working in Germany, I’ve seen this pressure first hand.