Amy Rushton discusses Europe’s response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis, and whether more should be done.
Freedom Convoy travels around the world – Is it really about the vaccine?
Kanumera Creiche discusses Canada’s Freedom Convoy as it continues to spread across the globe.
The United Kingdom & France: Best Frenemies?
Kanumera Creiche discusses the long and challenging relationship between the UK and France.
What Does Sinn Fein’s Election Upset Mean For Ireland, For Britain- And For Europe?
Sinn Fein, the left-wing republican party, won the largest number of first-preference votes overall – nonetheless, it’s clear that voters have expressed great discontent with the state of affairs in the Republic. But how will this impact the Brexit process?
How to Stay Safe: Advice Learnt from Experience
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Rupali Naik, shares her experience and gives important advice on how to stay safe when on your own.
Georgia Shepherd gives us a detailed run-down of the recent events in the Brexit debacle.
Gilets Jaunes Protests: What’s Happening?
Riots instigated by the so-called “Gilets Jaunes” (yellow vests) in Paris won’t have failed to attract considerable attention recently; they’ve almost consistently been in daily headlines for nearly three weeks. Images circulating on the internet and television show a Paris that hasn’t been seen for a while: smoke-filled crowds, disintegrated cars, the Champs Elysées practically […]
Taken for Granted: Year Abroad Students Experience Delay in Erasmus Grant Payments
Erasmus grants have not been paid to a number of students on year abroad programmes, Exeposé understands. According to Erasmus+, these can be worth €470 per month. The university has acknowledged delays in the payments. The grant, a fund allocated to study and work abroad students by the British Council and participating institutions, is usually given […]
Europe Strikes Back – An Analysis of Europe’s Strike Culture
Just why is Europe always brought to a halt by weekly strikes? If you have spent time in mainland Europe in recent years, and particularly if you have been a Year Abroad student, you will have noticed that there is one event that causes the greatest inconvenience, often on a weekly basis. Strikes. In Britain, […]
The Berlin Wall – Down for Longer Than It Stood
For those who realised, as there had been arguably little media coverage of it, there’s an aspect of poignancy in the European headlines this week. Whilst the announcement was made earlier in the week that Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union have reached a deal to form a coalition with the Social Democratic Party six months […]