Tag: EU

Analysis: Europe’s emerging new borders

What patent applications reveal about European identity.

/ November 20, 2017

Russian influence in Europe: an elephant in the room or a paper tiger?

In Europe as in America, Russian economic, political and military influence is a burning issue.

/ March 7, 2017

A break-up of the European Union?

Max Weber Conference 2017 @ NYU: A break-up of the European Union? And what to do about it. This conference brings together academics and political practitioners to discuss the state of the European Union at the beginning of what is shaping up...

/ February 17, 2017

Why the European Court of Justice killed safe harbor

Max Schrems, the 20-something law student whose lawsuit triggered the end of the “safe harbor” data transfer agreement between the European Union and the United States, is scheduled to speak tomorrow at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. Yesterday I...

/ February 22, 2016

German-EU-Russian Relations: Dissolution of “Strategic” and “Modernization” Partnerships

Hannes Adomeit, a fellow at the Transatlantic Academy, on the strained relations between Germany and Russia. Will German and European-Russian relations inevitably return to “business as usual”? Or, are we witnessing the beginning of a prolonged phase of alienation between...

/ February 15, 2016

How Are the EU Institutions Responding to Europe’s ‘Polycrises’?

Klaus Welle, the Secretary-General of the European Parliament, will be at Deutsches Haus to tell us how well the EU is handling it’s months of many misfortunes. Who will take bets on the answer? RSVP by sending an email to...

/ February 8, 2016