The Globalist’s Top Essays of 2015: Europe
From Paris to Athens to London to Berlin, Europe had its most difficult and defining year in decades.
January 2, 2016
By Denis MacShane | Marine Le Pen’s inexorable rise augurs poorly for France and Europe.
Published on December 11, 2015
By Daniel Stelter | The terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015, could be the final crisis that breaks the Union’s back.
Published on November 23, 2015
By Stephan Richter | Britain and Germany must recognize at long last they have a common future.
Published on May 12, 2015
By Daniel Stelter | On the costs of the illusion that the Euro would only bring benefits.
Published on July 23, 2015
By Emiliano Alessandri | Priority should now be given to preventing a “Middle-Easternization” of Turkey itself.
Published on December 6, 2015
By Stephan Richter | Seizing America’s “future preference” and having grown up behind the “Iron Curtain” help explain Merkel’s approach to the refugee crisis.
Published on November 21, 2015
By André Reichel | Re-thinking “ever closer union” based on a eurozone core.
Published on July 10, 2015
By Stephen Green | If India could manage a union successfully, why couldn’t Europe?
Published on July 9, 2015
By By Erwin Grandinger | High time for more realism and a fundamental rethink of European structures.
Published on June 22, 2015
By Heinz Richter | How Ottoman clientelism became a way of life in Greece.
Published on June 18, 2015
By Denis MacShane | It would be a geo-economic-political moment without parallel in the democratic world since 1945.
Published on May 5, 2015