Nothing Is Ever Certain: or How I Stopped Worrying and Loved the EU

by Laura Benbow (Seattle, United States) When I graduated with my bachelor’s degree the summer of 2008, I was sure I was destined to go to law school, then on to working in the US government to reform social welfare policy. I loved healthcare and education policy, as far as …

Life as a Schuman Trainee in the European Parliament

by Adrián García-Esteve – Working in the European Parliament for the last five months has been both challenging and exciting, and I’m grateful that I have the opportunity to reflect on my time with the Foreign Affairs Committee (otherwise known as AFET). Looking back, I’m still surprised by how much …