The EU’s health policies continue to ignore scientific evidence

By Michael Landl, Director at the World Vapers’ Alliance. Millions of smokers have managed to quit smoking thanks to vaping and similar less harmful alternatives...

Five measures that could prevent future lockdowns

Originally published by The Spectator  That the World Health Organisation hasn’t exactly shone in the coronavirus crisis is now well-documented. It should remind us of...

Will the EU’s Digital Markets Act undermine innovation?

By  Robertas Bakula and Dr. Guoda Azguridienė, researchers at the Lithuanian Free Market Institute The European Commission, European Parliament, and Council are currently busy negotiating...

An ever shrinking number of Member States is shouldering the cost of EU spending

By Herman Matthijs (Professor in public finance at the Universities of Ghent and Brussels and a member of Belgium’s High Council of Finance) Since the...

The United Arab Emirates as a crucial Western ally in the Middle East

By Franco Frattini, who has served as Italy's foreign minister, as Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, and...

European governments and the EU are fuelling the cost of living crisis

By Adam Bartha, Director of EPICENTER, the network of leading European free-market think tanks. The cost of energy, food, and housing is skyrocketing – and...

An EU Subsidiarity Court as a means to keep the ECJ in check

Originally published by New Direction's magazine (p.38) The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg is the final arbiter when it comes to interpreting the EU...

The stakes of the EU’s recovery fund are high. So are the risks

By Belgian MEP Johan Van Overtveldt (Belgian Finance Minister between 2014 and 2018, Chairman of the European Parliament’s Budget Committee and Professor of Economics...

Did Brexit lead to the UK’s vaccine success?

Originally published by The Spectator Today the United Kingdom became the first country in the West to clinically authorise a vaccine protecting against Covid-19, after the...
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