More By Richard Palmer

By Richard Palmer, from January 15, 2017 in Featured »
Exciting scientific and technological developments are happening all over the world. But for the first time in 100 years, America is not in the lead.
By Richard Palmer, from January 13, 2017 in Featured »
Recent elections in two African countries reveal a lot about man’s systems of government.
By Richard Palmer, from January 3, 2017 in Featured »
The EU’s embrace of one of the world’s most loathed leaders may be hypocritical, but it has strong strategic reasons for backing him.
European leaders brace themselves for a Trump presidency.
By Richard Palmer, from January 3, 2017 in Featured »
Even before Fidel Castro died, European business have been rushing in to Cuba.
By Stephen Flurry and Richard Palmer, from December 30, 2016 in Featured »
France doesn’t look to America for help, but instead turns to the European Union.
By Richard Palmer, from December 29, 2016 in Featured »
The world’s biggest Earth-observation program gets underway in Europe.
By Richard Palmer, from December 29, 2016 in Analysis »
Europe’s Galileo system reveals its superpower ambition.
By Stephen Flurry and Richard Palmer, from December 22, 2016 in Featured »
This weekend’s election results are the early tremors of a far larger political earthquake.