Megan is currently a master's student at the LSE, pursuing a MSc in History of International Relations. She is a dual citizen of Germany and the United States, but spent her most of her childhood and teenage years growing up in The Bahamas. She wants to pursue a career in journalism, focusing on writing about European international affairs, politics, and foreign policy.
This Week In Europe

“A Europe United in Responsibility”: the 2021 EU State of the Union

On 15 September 2021, the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, gave the annual State of the Union address to the European Parliament (EP) in Strasbourg, France. With Europe still battling through the pandemic, newer and more pressing concerns about climate change and defence policy made their way to the forefront of […]

Thought Babble

“EU are you blind?”: The Significance of the April 2021 Bulgarian Elections

Bulgaria held its first regular parliamentary elections on April 4th, 2021 after a decade of snap elections. Bulgaria is the EU’s poorest member state riddled by political instability and corruption which has led to years of protests in the country. The most recent slogan of protesters was “EU are you blind?”, highlighting the notion that […]

European Hustle

Freedom of Movement Adieu – How the EU’s slow vaccine rollout has impacted post-Brexit relations with the UK

Some are calling it one of the biggest crises the EU has faced in decades. The European Union’s response to its shortage of vaccines has already damaged post-Brexit relations with the UK, and has warranted criticism from leaders around the world. The vaccine rollout amongst EU countries has been surprisingly slow when compared with other […]