(Analysis) Finland Finds its Footing in NATO

Finland has long pursued neutrality as the order of the day. This has been done especially considering its neighbor Russia. Now that it is a new NATO member, it faces a large number of challenges.

Ambushing the Environment: The Russo-Ukrainian War

When it comes to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the major focus of masses is understandably on the immediate atrocities against civilians and war crimes, it is exceptionally essential to throw light and bring the issue of environmental degradation and climate change associated with the military to the mainstream discourse.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Rogue Three Member States And Truck Queues

The rogue three EU member states are back in the news. This time it is in regard to protests closing border crossings with Ukraine.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Polish Election Has Unintended Consequences For Hungary

While people have been focusing on the potential changes in Poland due to the election, Hungary will be impacted as well. The two member states have rebelled against the EU together for years yet Hungary may now find itself alone.

(Analysis) The EU’s Evolving China Strategy in a Turbulent Global Landscape

The European Union’s perspective on China has undergone a notable transformation in recent years. This change can be attributed to the escalating tensions between the United States and China, mounting concerns over human rights violations, and the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Chinese stance. The EU must reassess its China strategy amid these shifting dynamics.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: The European Union And The Rogue Three

Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia have taken it upon themselves to unilaterally ban grain and agricultural products from Ukraine. Ukraine has filed a complaint with the WTO and the EU may defend them while simultaneously start an infringement procedure against them.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Czech Government Reduces Assistance for Ukrainians

Ukrainians who fled the war went to a large number of EU member states including Czechia. While many have found jobs others continue to struggle due to the language barrier and the national government continues to cut financial assistance for Ukrainians who temporarily relocated to Czechia.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Romanian Port Prioritizes Romanian Farmers Over Ukrainians Farmers

Romania is debating how to prioritize exports from Romanian farmers over those from Ukrainian farmers at the Constanta Port. Some EU member states have been getting heated about the impact Ukrainian agricultural exports to the EU have had on their own farmers.