Belgium’s prime minister has called for the re-introduction of border checks. Meanwhile, European leaders are struggling to agree a system of refugee quotas. Matthew Partridge asks: is the ‘European dream’ at an end?
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
The Australian economy bucked the worst of the financial crisis, but now its luck has run out. Matthew Partridge reveals the best way to profit from the downturn.
Book review: Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future
Martin Ford’s solution to the threat posed to jobs by robots is logical, but flawed, says Matthew Partridge.
Spreading your investments has been called the last free lunch in finance. But as Matthew Partridge explains, you can take diversification too far.
Snap elections have been scheduled for 20 September. What does this mean for Greece and the future of the single currency, asks Matthew Partridge.
A crisis is looming which threatens to undermine the basis of modern medicine. As Matthew Partridge explains, that creates opportunities for drugs companies and investors.
Communist hardliners arrested Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev while he was on holiday, hastening the end of the USSR, on this day in 1991.
Dairy farmers are protesting against low milk prices and farmers unions want the government to intervene. Are supermarkets to blame, or is dairy production flawed? Matthew Partridge reports.
Dan Nivern and Ed Holroyd Pearce set out with their start-up business, CRCC Asia, to make gap years more constructive for students.
Book review: The Global Minotaur: America, Europe and the Future of the Global Economy
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis’ book, “The Global Minotaur”, underestimates capitalism’s resilience, says Matthew Partridge.