16.11.2022
What is Europe’s Place in the US-China Technology Race?

As the US and China vie for global power and influence, nowhere is this competition more intense than in the area of technology. Just like the flow of digital information itself, the manufacturing, trade, and use of this technology cuts across national borders. Asma Mhalla speaks to Edouard Gaudot about how Europe has sought to assert itself through regulation in response to this escalation, in a bid to enforce its norms and protect the privacy and data of its citizens.  

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14.06.2022
The Fault Lines of Education in Europe

Data uncovers the relationship between public investment in education and equality and social mobility in Europe.

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29.11.2020
2020 Year Zero

The health crisis has been a clear moment of rupture but change will depend on the choices, movements, and ideas that define our response.

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29.06.2017
Pairing up to Repair Europe: France and Germany

France and Germany make up the motor of Europe and partly determine its future, but what are their cooperation prospects in the face of 2017 elections?

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01.04.2017
The Categorical Mistake of “Looking for an Answer to National Populism”

In the face of rising national populism, rather than seeking to combat these forces on their own terms, Green and progressive politicians can instead turn to a far more effective rhetorical tool.

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24.03.2017
Republic at Stake

With many of the traditional larger parties in disarray in France, will this and a fatigue with the status quo play to the advantages of so-called outsiders such as Le Pen and Macron?

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