Superplan to Fight the Superbug

  Source: Pixabay It is the superbug that has claimed the lives of thousands EU citizens a year and nearly a million globally. Fighting against antibiotics until there is no treatment left to cure even…

Art in the heart of the EU

[caption id="attachment_6333" align="alignnone" width="300"] Visitors area during Slovakian presidency, European Parliament, Credits: Marijn Meijer y Bodisco Massink[/caption] Campbell’s Soup Cans; it’s the first thing you see when you enter the European Parliament in Brussels, after…

Terrorists and Tourist Traps

[caption id="attachment_6309" align="alignnone" width="596"] Belgian military stand guard at the Brussels Christmas markets. Source: Samantha Dixon[/caption]   In Brussels, as the Christmas lights twinkle among the sunset of the Christmas markets, the dust settles on…

The retirement of the migrant crisis

[caption id="attachment_6293" align="aligncenter" width="773"] Source: Pixabay[/caption] Eurocrisis, refugee crisis, Brexit, Trump. European headlines are plastered with crisis after crisis. But little attention is being directed towards Europe’s demographic crisis and how to solve it. One…

Lost in Migration

[caption id="attachment_6283" align="alignnone" width="782"] A migrant boy looks through a window onboard a train for Serbia. Source: Robert Atanasoviski/AFP/Getty Images)[/caption]   Gulwali Passarlay grew up in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan during the Taliban era.…

(Il)legal?

The purchase of a marriage has been globally accepted and since then, it’s consequences have also gone ignored. In the 19th century, American women were purchased from well developed areas to marry men on the…

Post-Marxism: Revolution of democracy

Marx could not expect that his legacy would turn into political shelter for green activists, populist patriots and feminists. European Marxism takes the prefix «Post» by breaking with the working-class revolution in order to fight…

European Democracy goes digital

The world is drowning in ones and zeros. Communication, trade and education take digital forms, giving us social networks, internet banking and online courses. But will technologies digitize the way we choose our future? Europe…

Coal nation Poland continues to power fine print…

[caption id="attachment_6111" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Photo: Wikimedia Commons[/caption] The pressure felt by the EU to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change is being used by Poland to gain concessions for their coal power plants. With…

Brexit: Theresa May’s two year time bomb

[caption id="attachment_6156" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] By singing Article 50, Theresa May will push the button on a two year time bomb. Source: Flickr, Creative Commons[/caption] Bennet Nichol British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will…