Next Spring, European citizens will vote for the new European Parliament. There are many reasons to believe that 2019 elections will be the most significant in EU’s history. This pivotal political struggle will take place between the neo-nationalist wave (in the disguise of the so-called souverainism) and the conservative establishment, which includes the once-socialists and […]
In this issue of our Globalization Outlook, we look at the future of the WTO as well as developments in big tech, universities’ global ambitions and the status of US-EU trade talks – The backlash against the WTO has its origins in long-standing grievances that have not been adequately addressed – Over time, the WTO […]
“There are two kinds of European nations. There are small nations and there are countries that have not yet realised they are small nations.” Thus, brilliantly, the Danish Finance Minister Kristian Jensen summarised his own country’s position, the Europe we live in and specifically the position of Britain in its Brexit negotiations. A warning to those […]
It is time to tackle the question of how to deal with care with Chinese investment in Europe to maintain cooperation while prevent it becoming the world’s biggest Trojan horse that will eventually undermine Europe from within.
Monday 17th September 2018, 12:30 - 14:30