How Powerful Are The Baltic States?

In recent years, Russia’s actions in Ukraine have created severe tension in the surrounding ex-Soviet republics. In particular, three countries in northern Europe, known as the Baltic States, have asked for NATO protection. Their insistence on support made us want to know, how powerful are the Baltic states? Well, the Continue Reading

Brexit News: Deal or No Deal? (w/ Nigel Farage & Larry McDonald)

LARRY MCDONALD: Nigel Farage, it’s a pleasure to have you back here with Real Vision. NIGEL FARAGE: Good to be back. Exciting times. LARRY MCDONALD: What you’ve accomplished this year– and we sat down in the spring– blow by blow, you’ve called this thing pretty accurately. I was at an Continue Reading

#EIFasks – Social media and democracy

being a member of the Parliament in my campaigns that I did I use more more than social media and it could reach more people and via these these instruments we have more direct contact so in general I’m very positive for my own outcome of the voter and my Continue Reading

Is Socialism on the rise in Europe?

Well, Carl Bildt here, for Europe In 60 Seconds. Two questions today. Well it’s clearly slowing down, quite significantly. There are a number of structural and short-term factors for it. There’s a Brexit uncertainty. There’s a trade uncertainty and Germany is a big exporting nation. And there are question marks Continue Reading

Why I’m a globalist | IN 60 SECONDS

Many conservatives saw the Brexit referendum and Donald Trump’s 2016 victory as useful correctives. It was time to push back, the argument went, against the overreach of unaccountable international bureaucracies, such as the European Union and the UN. Maybe even NATO has become obsolete. But can we really go back Continue Reading

We Saved Our Democracy

The recent referendum in Britain where we voted to leave the European Union produced a howl of anguish from quite a lot of young people who didn’t understand that everyone in Britain has a vote, even old people and plebs, and that every vote counts equally. When they realised this, Continue Reading

Can democracy in Hungary survive Viktor Orbán?

hey it’s Lou and some wild is going down in Hungary critically in the country’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has eroded checks-and-balances undercut the Free Press inflamed racism and xenophobia and handed out lucrative government contracts to family and friends those are among the many reasons the European Union recently Continue Reading

What will nationalism look like in a future Europe?

– Okay – The way forward for European societies… – [Interviewer] We can add, so just even two sentences. – It’s not easy. – [Interviewer] No, I know. – No, it’s not. – My son recently came to me after school and asked me, “what color am I?” And it Continue Reading


Big established firms don’t mind regulation so much. For a start, it means less competition. Big corporate interests tend to love the EU- it suits their purposes perfectly All the corporations love the European Union because what it does it creates the regulations which destroy their smaller rivals Big business Continue Reading

Marine Le Pen: France’s Trump is on the rise

Vive le Front National! Vive la République! Vive la France! Marine Le Pen is a leading candidate in the French presidential race. The first round of voting is on April 23rd, which will narrow the field to two for a runoff election on May 7. Marine Le Pen is a Continue Reading