Harrowing images of emergency workers struggling to cope with the onslaught of Covid-19 cases have made front pages around the world, highlighting the terrible impact the disease is having. Death tolls
Europe is being ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. There have been more than 10,000 deaths in Italy. In the grimmest of league tables, Spain comes second. Normal life has been suspended across the continent
Throughout history, crises like coronavirus have resulted not just in pain and loss, but in lessons and creativity that have fueled human progress. Optimism is realism. That may be a hard concept to embrace
Europe is facing its biggest crises since the Second World War with the invisible killer COVID-19 putting a strain on the Union’s founding treaty of solidarity and adding a side effect of nationalism.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the eurozone’s economy, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire issued a rallying cry to the nation’s supermarkets on 24 March: ‘Stock French products!’
On the face of it, the map of Europe’s struggle with coronavirus suggests the prospects for the eastern half of the continent are much less grim than for the western half. The combined death toll to date