For a while this spring, it seemed – at least to European residents – that the vaccine nationalism that had led European governments to procure vaccines that had been rapidly produced with government support and fast-tracked official approval, had paid off. Growing numbers of people were vaccinated against the Covid-19 infections and countries began to […]
Africa, a land of immense potential, not as a passive recipient of policies decided elsewhere,
Overcoming the challenges of migratory flows and an effective EU refugee policy are pre-conditions for the survival of the European Union.
The EU and Africa both need a wide-ranging partnership agreement. Ernst Stetter, the Secretary General of the Foundation for Progressive Studies, explains why.