Europe

Is an EU army more likely now than ever?

With the US spending an astronomical $778 billion, many see the only solution to be the formation of a European army.…

Connor Summerell

"Would the Last Christian Democrat Please Turn Out the Lights?" The 2021 German Elections and What They Mean for the Future of Germany's CDU

Does Christian Democracy have a place in modern Germany and, if so, how does it recover?…

Ciara Rushton

Is Europe really going veggie?

Photo by Thomas Marthinsen on Unsplash When going to the supermarket or looking at the menu in a restaurant, you may have noticed that there are…

Alessandra Pierantoni

Hungary: An overview of anti-LGBT rhetoric and its social and political implications

What are the social implications of the latest anti-LGBT law passed by the Hungarian government and what can be done?…

Alfie Whisker

French regional elections: where were all the voters?

On the last two Sundays in June, French polling stations opened for the final time before next year’s presidential election. But just over one in three adults went out to vote, a record abstention figure since 1958.…

Kimberley Mannion

Romanian: The constraints of a binary language with no in-between

The lack of neutral pronouns in Romanian has dire effects on the non-binary community and a more inclusive and less binary vocabulary is needed.…

Eliza Lita