Martin Banks

Martin Banks is a highly qualified journalist with many years’ experience of working within the EU institutions. He is an occasional contributor to xxx, writing on a wide variety of issues. A journalist for nearly 40 years, Martin Banks has been reporting on the European Union – and many other subjects – since arriving in Brussels in 2001. Specializing on foreign affairs and EU politics, he also writes on culture, art and lifestyle.

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Green ‘Wave’ Victorious in Euro Elections as Far Right Tsunami Fails to Materialise

06.05.19
  • Turkmenistan Tops Rankings as World’s Most Repressive State

    05.25.19
  • Zimbabwe Embarks on Long Road to National Reconciliation

    05.21.19
  • Erdogan Finds Himself in a Geopolitical Cul-de-Sac

    05.19.19
  • EU-Kazakhstan Ties Expected to Remain Strong After Election

    05.03.19
  • In Face of Chinese ‘Aggression’ Taiwan Beefs Up its Own Defenses

    05.01.19
  • Turkmenistan, the Laggard in the Exciting Revival of Eurasian States

    03.29.19
  • Religious Minorities in China Falling Victim to ‘Re-education’ Camps

    03.20.19
  • Romania’s Former Anti-corruption ‘Superstar’ now Being Targeted

    02.19.19
  • Ukraine’s Big Election Year

    02.12.19
  • Brexit Drama Shines a Light on Plight of Citizens’ Rights

    02.04.19
  • On Human Rights and Religious Liberty in China. A Conversation with Journalist Marco Respinti

    01.24.19
  • Little-known Turkmenistan Branded a ‘Dangerous and Unstable’ Place to do Business

    01.10.19
  • Journalism is More Dangerous, and More Under Threat, Than at Any Point in the Last Decade

    12.11.18
  • How to Make the Best of a Difficult Relationship

    12.04.18
  • Conversation with Congolese Presidential Candidate Francis Mvemba

    11.25.18
  • How a ‘Warm Reception’ for Belgium’s WW1 Refugees Turned to Resentment

    11.06.18
  • Euro MPs Join Chorus of International Outrage of Murdered Saudi Journalist

    10.20.18