Tag Archives: Europe

A New Era for Ukraine?

After his resounding victory, Ukraine’s new president Volodymyr Zelensky vows to move the country into the 21st century.

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In Charts: EU — Promoting Peace, But Out of Touch

Europeans credit the EU with promoting peace and prosperity on the continent, but feel it is out of touch with its citizens.

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Can Germany Provide Global Solutions?

Germany’s leaders talk about taking on more responsibilities in world affairs. But the country’s government struggles with even basic forms of efficiency.

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In Charts: Checking Up on Germany

A collection of charts, maps and graphs exploring Germany.

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Moldova Tries to Break from Moscow’s Grip

Moldova has made a serious effort to reform itself and break free from Moscow’s sphere of influence. But it needs Western support.

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Macron at the Barricades

Is it all downhill for President Macron from here on out? The early political fortunes of two other major Western reform politicians – Margaret Thatcher and Bill Clinton – should provide comfort.

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How to Establish More Balance in the Top-Heavy US Economy?

The U.S. model of shareholder capitalism only benefits the top 10% of society. Northern Europe’s codetermination model expands economic opportunity.

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Europe: Five Big Surprises for 2019

Dealing in alternate realities is a tricky business. As is often noted, predictions are hard, especially about the future.

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Tomas Masaryk and Czechoslovakian Independence, 100 Years Ago

Few people are aware that Czechoslovak independence was declared in the United States, in Philadelphia on October 26, 1918.

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Tomas Masaryk: The Background

The story of the man who worked tirelessly for Czech and Slovak autonomy.

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