Skip to main content

Curated by Project Syndicate

Europe's Nobel Project

22 commentaries

On Friday, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded this year's peace prize to the European Union, citing its six-decade-long contribution "to the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe." But the EU's crucial role in uniting a fragmented, war-torn continent has lately been eclipsed by political infighting and a financial crisis that threaten to tear it apart. Will the EU continue to serve as a beacon of peace?

Sort by: Show:
  1. op_vanwaas1_Paula BronsteinGetty Images_rohingya muslims Paula BronsteinGetty Images
    Subscriber Exclusive

    The Statelessness Pandemic

    Laura van Waas & Natalie Brinham

    At least 15 million people today are stateless, and millions more are threatened with national exclusion. The issue of statelessness thus demands urgent attention, as do works of history that shed light on the problem.

    review two works of history tracing the evolution of the problem and the role of modern states in creating it.
    1

Edit Newsletter Preferences

Set up Notification

To receive email updates regarding this {entity_type}, please enter your email below.

If you are not already registered, this will create a PS account for you. You should receive an activation email shortly.