EU Politics

Total 20 Posts

Hungary to get a new university — from China. Here is why it matters and doesn’t.

2 min read
A Chinese University is planning to open a campus in Hungary, by 2024, weakening the country’s ties to its western allies.

Why businesses embrace populists and what to do about it – Lessons from Hungary.

5 min read
Fighting populism requires us to recognise its embeddedness in business elites. Viktor Orbán’s regime is a case in point.

Brexit: As the deadline looms, why are negotiations stalling?

5 min read
Trade deals are usually about breaking down barriers. This one is about putting them up.

Distinguishing between ‘populism’ and ‘nativism’.

5 min read
What exactly do the words ‘populism’ and ‘nativism’ mean? Does it make sense to use them interchangeably, as is the case in the media?

How the pandemic is testing the solidarity of the European Union.

4 min read
Intra-European solidarity is also being sickened by unilateralism, uncooperativeness and uncoordinated decisions by member states.

Rebooting Franco-German cooperation.

5 min read
If the Franco-German tandem is to be saved, Paris should keep its more abrasive tendencies in check while Berlin needs to show real engagement in the bloc’s future.

In Vienna, it’s yesterday once more.

2 min read
Is the Austrian Coalition Government a template for other such coalitions elsewhere in Europe even when one of the partners imposes its anti-immigrants narrative?
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