Can Emmanuel Macron Win His Rematch With Marine LePen?

On Sunday, French voters headed to the polls to vote in the first round of the presidential election. Incumbent Emmanuel Macron won 27 percent of the vote and his arch-rival Marine Le Pen 23 percent, setting up a repeat of the 2017 election for the second round, scheduled for April 24.  Continue reading at The Dispatch […]

Is France set for a second Le Pen-Macron showdown?

The first round of voting in the French presidential election will happen Sunday — and despite expectations of the last few years, the run-up appears increasingly anti-climactic. But not all is said and done in the campaign. Continue reading on The Spectator Pictures are Creative Commons

[Podcast] “Identity is not static”

Thomas Lambert is Belgium’s ambassador to Luxembourg. Meeting him in his residence in Luxembourg-City, we discussed the relationship between the two countries, and the work regulation and infrastructure challenges that remain. Listen to the podcast on

ConsEUmer podcast / EP66: Hydrogen in question, New crypto regulations, and Nuclear Reversal in Germany? (w/ Rainer Klute)

Another week, another episode of ConsEUmer! This week: ⚡ What happens to the EU’s hydrogen policy? ₿ Bad crypto-currency amendments defeated in Brussels (w/ Aleksandar Kokotović) ☢️ Could Germany reverse policy on nuclear phase-outs? (w/ Rainer Klute) You can follow Rainer Klute on Twitter @rainer_klute and check out Nuklearia on Check out these websites […]

Joëlle Elvinger: “Ech ka gären dorobber vezichten”

D’Joëlle Elvinger äntwert op Virwërf, déi hir an der Cour des comptes vun der Europäescher Unioun an engem Artikel vu Libération gemaach goufen a schwätzt iwwer aktuell Dossieren, un deene si matschafft. Den Interview ass gratis fir déi déi op de Journal Email-Newsletter abonnéiert sinn. Méi Info op

The stakes for Europe are even higher than in 1938

Any analysis of the Ukraine situation risks lagging behind the news. As of the time this article was published, Russia had conquered the former Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Its forces are only about sixty miles away from Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, which has already experienced shelling. Russians have also attempted to capture Antonov International Airport, just […]