Uber’s bumpy EU ride

American private taxi firm Uber has had a relationship of ups and downs with EU member states within the last 12 months, with London recently following Denmark as another area no longer making use of…

Support for populist parties on the rise

Amidst terrorist attacks, European integration, globalization, and a large number of migrants entering into Europe, right-wing populist parties have established a strong foundation within Europe over the last twelve months, says Utrecht University Lecturer of…

EU threats may polarise Poland

Poland faces pressure from the EU after ignoring warnings to back down on judiciary reforms, which are deemed undemocratic and a violation of the rule of law. But EU efforts to defend democratic values and show resilience may have significant divisive repercussions for Poland. The ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) in…

“LIKES” FOR ECONOMICS, POLITICS & CO.

Even Topics like the German election is worth a “Like” nowadays The media landscape is a rough battlefield, packed with competitors campaigning for buyers, no matter what sector of media you look at. Especially newspapers…

The question about Ireland’s referendum question

Ireland's pro-choice groups fear the Government could play a “political hat trick” with the question of the long-awaited referendum to repeal the country’s constitutional ban on abortion. The Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution gives…