Wax Tailor: "What does Europe really mean?"

By Matthieu Amaré on Oct. 17, 2016

One of the most anglophone French artists of his generation is releasing his fifth album, conceived somewhere between New York and Los Angeles. Back in France for a European tour, Wax Tailor was ready to give us his opinion on the hot topics of the moment: Brexit, political change, and terrorism.

Hungary referendum shows a double standard for migrants

By Valeria Mazzagatti on Oct. 14, 2016

Orbán seems to have double standards when it comes to migrants. On the one hand, he refuses to follow the EU's refugee-sharing quota, which would force Budapest to take in around 1,300 refugees. On the other, his government is giving permanent residency to 4,000 non-EU citizens willing to invest in the economy. [OPINION]

A "hard Brexit" may be harder on the UK than May realises

By euro topics on Oct. 13, 2016

Theresa May has doubled down on her commitment to a "hard Brexit" from the European Union, despite the plummeting value of the pound and warnings from the Treasury that the UK could lose around £66 billion per year. But what does a "hard Brexit" mean in practice, and what could the potential consequences be?

European Voluntary Service: 20 years of European mobility

Often overshadowed by its bigger brother Erasmus, the European Voluntary Service is nonetheless one of the key components of young people's mobility in Europe. At a time when the European Commission, through its president Jean-Claude Juncker, is trying to offer more opportunities to Europe's youth, what role will the EVS play?