Sheri Berman warns that while the threats may seem incremental they pose a real danger—which Europeans should note.
Peter Bofinger contends that the economic impact of the pandemic has rendered obsolete the old eurozone fiscal rules.
The EU needs to engage in a paradigm shift on the Israel-Palestine conflict if it is not to be left behind by events.
Branko Milanovic argues African countries are not powerless to influence the global economic debates that marginalise them.
Post-pandemic Europe, Adam Tooze writes, can’t entertain a return to pre-crisis fiscal rules.
Welfare states are having to run harder to stand still. They need to act in mutual support to win the race against inequality and poverty.
Labour’s electoral debacle, Paul Mason writes, epitomises European social democracy’s coalition-building challenge. It just doesn’t see it that way.
Ending the pandemic requires not only an intellectual-property rights waiver but scaling up knowledge transfer and public production of vaccine supplies.
The Conference on the Future of Europe needs to address how EU governance can be refitted to end the crisis of legitimacy.
The US has joined the EU in committing to net-zero emissions by 2050—and the latter to 55 per cent net lower emissions by 2030. Scientists fear the ‘net’ could, once more, displace urgency.
Jayati Ghosh explains why more than a third of a million Covid-19 cases are being reported in India daily—and what that says about our world.
A European wealth tax could be a ‘win-win’ strategy for reducing extreme wealth inequality and funding the recovery from the pandemic.
Legal victories for workers against platform corporations remain partial and limited in the absence of legislative and institutional change.
The proposal to cancel ECB-held sovereign debt is not the best riposte to the looming renewal of austerity.
Kate Pickett contends in a new Social Europe column that inequalities go together—and so their opponents shouldn’t get drawn into rivalry.
New research from anti-extremism charities reveals ‘unexpected patterns’ of opinions towards feminism across Europe.
Germany’s sustained current-account surplus is not only bad for others in Europe and beyond—it is bad for almost all Germans too.
The row over the EU introducing vaccine export controls has occluded its rejection of a temporary waiver on intellectual property rights.