Improving the European media landscape, still a long way to go
As we reach the landmark of PublicServiceEurope.com's first 12 months, it is time to consider just how relevant and effective European journalism is - writes Dean Carroll
Should Europe discriminate against 'dirty' tar sands oil?
Environmentalists and lobbyists are doing battle over Europe's use of oil from Canadian tar sands - with fuel security and climate change at stake - writes Dean Carroll
GM - Frankenstein technology or saviour?
Genetically modified crops and animals could help Europe lead the way when it comes to tackling global issues including food security and climate change, but is it worth the risk - asks Dean Carroll
Eurozone crisis could be just a taste of things to come
The residual problems of weak public finances, asset bubbles, crippling debt and high labour costs could mean more boom and bust for Europe further down the line - writes Dean Carroll
The potential for Greek default and a return to the drachma
Greece remains in a perilous economic position and the threat of contagion still looms large for Europe and the international community – warns Dean Carroll
Austerity measures and ECB policy - a case of 'class war' says Noam Chomsky
At Davos and the EU summit, leaders proposed yet greater austerity at a time when fiscal stimulus is the only answer – according to Noam Chomsky, who talks exclusively to Dean Carroll
The challenges for the World Economic Forum in Davos
With only slight signs of economic optimism in America and looming recession across Europe, can the west really expect emerging countries like China to come to its rescue? Dean Carroll reports
Will oil and globalisation continue to keep the peace?
For decades, the fragile global framework of relative peace and cultural tolerance has been held together by trade and commerce – especially in fossil fuels - but will it last? Dean Carroll reports
Will 2012 be Europe's annus horribilis?
With growing concern that the economic crisis will turn into recession or worse, citizens may have to console themselves with watching sport to forget their troubles - writes Dean Carroll
2011: The year the euro limped on
The Arab Spring and the economic crisis in Europe have made 2011 a momentous year. But despite the breathless pace of events, how much has really changed? - asks Daniel Mason