The Syrian Civil War is drawing to a close, and at long last. Since its inception in March of 2011, the conflict has provoked utter calamity on a scale not otherwise seen since World War Two. Originating from an unassuming incident, the war has spiraled out of control, with the resulting carnage leaving upwards of […]
Bedevilled by debt and facing high unemployment, weak growth, and high deficits, the second-largest economy in the Eurozone was struggling to overcome the effects of the financial crisis. That struggle continues even as voters prepare to choose Hollande’s successor.
Finland just implemented a Basic Income Program. Is this worth considering for some countries who struggle with high unemployment rates? Ida Männitö eplores.
The election of Poland’s Law and Justice Party has brought attention to Poland’s increasingly divergent attitudes towards the EU and NATO. Michael Kang looks at possible implications this might have on the future of Poland’s defence.
In this multi-part series, Michael Oshell investigates the economic health and outlook of Europe’s economies.
In this multi-part series, Michael Oshell investigates the economic health and outlook of Europe’s largest economies.