Twitter V. Trump: Where Do We Go From Here?
Analysis by Théophile Lenoir
The recent deletion of Donald Trump's Twitter account highlights the difficulty of establishing a legitimate and democratic process for deciding what is allowed online.
The Weak Links in China's Drive for Semiconductors
Semiconductors are at the center of the technological and geopolitical race between the United States and China. What strategy for Europe?
An Opportunity For Europe
Concrete recommendations to make responsible capitalism possible in Europe.
Not granting the EU full diplomatic unity will hurt British interests
Analysis by Georgina Wright
The UK is refusing to give the EU’s Delegation to the UK the same diplomatic status as it does to national embassies. This decision is short-sighted and could damage the Global Britain brand, argues Georgina Wrigh
Israeli-Arab normalizations: an inflexion point for the Middle Eastern politics
Analysis by Brandon Friedman
Israel has signed no less than four normalization deals with Arab countries: the UAE, Bahrein, Morocco and Sudan and these treaties are partly the legacy of the last months of Trump’s mandate.
France Under Attack
In times of a pandemic, what harm can social media posts actually cause?