Ever since the Arab Spring, migration from Africa to Europe has increased and so has skepticism towards Africans, in particular. This has empowered anti-immigration activists in both Europe and the United States who argue for closing down borders. There are, however, solutions that both sides of this argument could actually get behind.
The largest finance magazine in the Czech Republic, Kurzy, has quoted me on the issue of immigration to Germany. The post was referring to a recent column of mine for the Foundation for Economic Education, in which I praised the economic benefits that migrants coming into Germany could be, if only the government doesn’t make […]
The lineup for this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is out, and Marine Le Pen’s niece Marion Le Pen is speaking right after Vice President Mike Pence. Following backlash from conservatives online, American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp defended the invite on Twitter by saying that CPAC is all about hearing people out and Le Pen […]
The best welfare program is a job. For the worker, for society, for everyone “Lazy”, “Uneducated”, “Dangerous”. Much has been said about migrants coming from Africa and the Middle East, since the beginning of what is referred to as the refugee crisis. In order to address the arguments in favour of letting migrants take on […]
This article is part of a report which I drafted for a FinTech company based in the United Kingdom. It has been submitted in the month of August, which is why some facts might be outdated. Out of all the countries on the European continent, Germany has stood out as being the most permissive when […]
Last week, the German press reported on a controversy involving Martin Schulz. He is Angela Merkel’s most important rival in the upcoming elections in September of this year.
Heiansdo sinn Nouvellen zu Lëtzebuerg ze kleng fir ee ganzen Artikel driwwer ze schreiwen, dofir hei de Réckbléck vun dëser Woch. Wien d’lescht Woch verpasst huet, dee fënnt se hei. An deene nächste Wochen wäert de Réckbléck vun der Woch net erschéngen.
The 9th of May is supposed to mark a celebratory day for the European Union, congratulating itself for peace and unity in Europe. On May 9th 1950, Robert Schuman, then Foreign minister of France, set out his so-called Schuman Plan, which suggested that Germany and France should ease the sharing of strategic resources like coal in […]