A proposed plan for Kosovo and Serbia to swap territory would only inflame deeply-held tensions. Allowing more local autonomy is a better solution.Read More
About the Author
Daniel Haverty holds a B.A. in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross. He spent a year studying European history and politics as an exchange student at the National University of Ireland Galway, and is currently a postgraduate student in International Relations at the University College Cork. His academic research focuses on the 1990s peace process in Northern Ireland.
The rise of the far-right has forced serious questions about the future of the EU, but the progressive resurgence could polarize European politics.Read More