News + Politics

How Doubtful Investors Are Falling in Love With Stocks Again

‘Fear of missing out’ dominates as doubters turn into believers.
The New + the Next

Scandinavia: The Surprising Coronavirus Hot Spot

Northern Europe, not Italy, could be an early warning for the rest of the world.
Around the World

Will European Unity Fall Victim to Coronavirus?

The EU's reluctance to help Italy, and the readiness of China, Cuba and Venezuela to step in, has sparked a sharp slide in continental unity.
The New + the Next

Germany's Great Green Hope

Rasmus Andresen, 33, personifies a new generation of progressive, pan-European politics.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
Around the World

Can British Sandwiches Survive a No-Deal Brexit?

Deal or no deal, Britain’s sarnie makers are trying to adapt.
News + Politics

The New Face of Europe Takes the Baton From Merkel — But With a Twist

Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission’s first female president and former heir apparent to Angela Merkel, was a dark horse for the job.
Around the World

Europeans Opt for a Taste of Shared Medicine

Countries in Europe are beginning to exchange e-prescriptions and medical records of patients.
News + Politics

Special Briefing: A Climate Win With a Beefy Brazilian Catch

A long-awaited EU-Mercosur trade deal could be a boon to sustainable climate policy … or a cover to loot the Amazon.
Around the World

European Elections: Is the Party Over for the Center-Right?

For two decades, parties like the center-right European People’s Party have dominated EU politics.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
News + Politics

Boris Johnson for Prime Minister … Again?

Familiar faces are lining up to replace Theresa May, but the job isn’t about to get any easier.
Around the World

The New Boogeyman in Warsaw: The Euro

Poland’s ruling party is using anti-euro sentiment to bring otherwise disinterested voters out for the coming European elections.

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