Daniel Troup discusses Switzerland’s forthcoming referendum on basic income and the challenges of the current labour market.
Daniel Troup discusses the political implications of recent labour market trends.
Daniel Troup examines recent disagreements between the US and Germany over the European economy.
Daniel Troup reviews some of the key international security events of 2013.
Daniel Troup discusses Canada’s changing approach to the United Nations and how it might relate to arctic security.
Daniel Troup argues that planned action by French football clubs reveals the constraints placed upon contemporary left-wing governments.
Daniel Troup discusses the current dispute between Spain and the UK over Gibraltar and its broader regional significance.
While the tragedy in Lampedusa has brought attention to Italy, Spain is also facing concerns about immigration.
Daniel Troup argues that emphasizing the obstacles to NATO membership for an independent Scotland may have negative consequences for the UK and the Alliance.
Daniel Troup argues that the death of migrants in Italy exposes broader global inequalities.