EU survives dramatic test

Americans should welcome the election of Emmanuel Macron to the presidency of France, not only because he succeeded in arresting the crushing wave of populism in France but for the astonishing feat that he performed in passing himself off to the French electorate as the alternative to the strongly entrenched political system. This is indeed…

Times fraught with heavy worries in EU, U.S.

The European Union is celebrating 60¬†years and the treaties signed in Rome on March 25 with the shared duty of facing the new challenges: in short, to respond to the social crises in its member countries, to calm the pervasive fears of its peoples, to face the threats to their security and to give new…

Would EU be better off without Brits?

A great question mark hangs over Europe these days: would Europe be better off if Brexit were to happen next June? Or, to put it another way, would both Europe and Britain be better off if the British electorate were to go for Brexit and divorce from the European Union? I believe that the answer…