Macedonia: Light at the End of a Tunnel Too Far
Update on April 28, 2017: The crowd of the VMRO-DPMNE supporters attacked the Macedonian Parliament,
EU disturbed by new Balkan instability and geopolitics: hidden contradictions
After an extended absence, the EU summit on 9 March 2017 finally included the current
Four factors threatening our freedom and democracy
The world is at the crossroads of history and the effects of events that are
Decreasing numbers of arriving migrants are good news for Europe. Or are they?
The news that migration flows to Europe have been receding has made many Europeans sigh
WHO WANTS TO LIVE IN THE JURASSIC PARK (OR WHY SLOVAKS SHOULD SIDE WITH MS MERKEL RATHER THAN MR TRUMP)
Slovaks have the right to be confused these days. Nothing seems certain. Will Brexit be
Artillery Vs Sparrow = Victory for ISIS
This article does not attempt to be analytical nor even-handed. I have been working on
Impressions of GLOBSEC Young Europeans’ Forum 2016
On 28 – 30 October GLOBSEC Young Europeans’ Forum 2016 was held on the sidelines
Thousands Leagues through Georgia with the EUropean Quest
Somebody much wiser once said – “you need to physically leave the territory of the
EU defence: page 18, point 23 or the cart before the horse?
(Photo: Flickr|Defence Images, licensed by CC BY-NC 2.0) One year after the infamous terrorist attacks in Paris,
Cooks, Presidents, and the Ghost of Lenin
On 7 November, my home country (Belarus) had a public holiday to celebrate the 99th
A leap away from the EU, a leap towards Turulism?
To be proud of your nation and cultural heritage is common, it is even desired
A Bomb in Budapest: “New” Europe and Terrorism
On 24th September, Saturday, explosion ripped through the centre of Budapest and seriously injured two policemen.
Open Call for GLOBSEC Labs
Enjoy the laboratory of thinking and fuel your knowledge with GLOBSEC Labs! GLOBSEC Labs
European Security Without the UK? No, thanks.
On 16 September 2016 Bratislava will host a rare and headline grabbing event – an