Russia’s soft power can be used as vaccine diplomacy in the EU. We assess how.
Month: February 2021
Updates from the unfolding political events in Myanmar.
President Donald Trump’s incitement of the mob that attacked and subsequently occupied the Capitol represents a deliberate assault on American democracy while eroding the country’s standing abroad. January 6th’s seditious incursion into the US Capitol, incited by President Donald Trump and prosecuted by his supporters, represents a profound and urgent threat to American democracy. […]
One of the many perennial issues brought forth by Covid-19 is that of the future of the Schengen Area and borderless travel. The Schengen Area comprises 26 European countries, 22 of which are EU members, stretching from Portugal on the Atlantic Ocean to Estonia on the Baltic Sea. The Schengen Area is defined by a […]
In 2021, Angela Merkel will be replaced as German Chancellor after being in office since 2005. Towards the end of her tenure, she once again guided Germany and the EU through a crisis. Therefore, all eyes will be on her successor. However, without a clear favourite and various coalitions possible, politics in Europe’s most robust […]