The tides are turning on free movement in Europe

When a country joins the European Union, it has to accept the “four freedoms,” namely the free movement of capital, goods, services, and people. This is different from a European treaty that exists independently of the EU: the Schengen agreement.

[REPORTAGE] Salvini a Kaczyński wëllen Allianz fir Europawahlen

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 17. Januar ausgestraalt ginn. Déi italienesch Regierungspartei Lega wëll no den Europawahlen am Mee eng Allianz mat der polnescher Regierungspartei PiS agoen. Falls dës zwou Kräften nach aner Parteien mat an eng Kooperatioun eran huele, kéint esou ee konservative Grupp d’Europaparlament fundemental changéieren.

Emerging markets should oppose plastic bans

The European Commission’s new plastic strategy is moving closer to final completion, after the European Parliament added an even longer list of banned plastic items. However, the consequences for emerging economies should not be ignored.

China’s trade and investment policy can break up the European Union

At the current moment, the European Union is as divided as ever: Central and Eastern European nations are fundamentally at odds with the vision of EU leaders in Brussels. The one thing that has been holding the group together is a common investment and trade policy. The People’s Republic of China however, has the potential […]

Underestimated people: Central and Eastern Europeans will surprise you

My most of my teenage years I was unaware that Central and Eastern Europe were viable travel destinations. This I have partially blamed on the Western European education system, which spends long hours on details of European leaders in the West, with little concern for the working for anything East of Berlin. I could still […]