The world’s richest countries insist their involvement in developing nations is prompted by altruism, but this magnanimity rings hollow.Read More
About the Author
David Kowalski is based in Brussels and is a former European civil servant now working as an independent policy analyst.
The international community should make a greater effort to engage with the Congolese pseudo-dictator Joseph Kabila to entice him to step down voluntarily—while doing their upmost to ensure his people do not suffer any additional harm.Read More
Sanctions are all the rage nowadays in Europe’s Russia policy. Wrecked by the economic crisis, Europe’s priorities have been to implement low-budget solutions to counter Moscow’s threats. Instead of multi-billion euro pledges to...Read More