Marine Le Pen is growing in appeal in France where inflation and economic difficulties are causing discontent, and could cause an upset in the final round of the presidential elections.
Two recent incidents are once again forcing German society to confront the issue of anti-Semitism.
If an election were held today, the far-right Alternative for Germany would likely lose seats.
The spectacular collapse of Wirecard AG should serve as a wake-up call for the European Union on the need to pool the relevant supervisory mandates at the EU level.
The coronavirus pandemic opens a window of opportunity to initiate structural changes in eurozone countries.
Can Central Eastern Europe follow the example set by China after the SARS epidemic of 2003?
The French president, a former Rothschild banker, wants everyone to become the creator of a high-tech enterprise, but the French appear to be resisting his call.
Thirty years after the Berlin Wall, the contours of a new, socially enlightened and responsible capitalism are beginning to take shape.
The function of education has been narrowed down to a set of standardized paths towards getting a job in a cruel marketplace.