The increase in nationalism across Europe may eventually help to establish popular movements leading to the emergence of an opposition that will be able to act rather than react to the idea of a European programme.
The lawsuit against the German comedian who ridiculed the Turkish leader, together with the EU-Turkey deal, shows that the differences between Visegrad countries and the West on the question of refugees are only rhetorical.
Die Linke is increasingly coming to resemble its opponents. Is it time for the left to break with The Left?
What is needed is a third narrative between “no borders” on the one hand, and an irrational fear of refugees on the other, writes Alena Krempaská.
What does the Labour Party’s campaign for remaining in the EU look like? Matthew White, who is campaigning in London’s Tottenham neighbourhood, talks about the challenges of the upcoming Brexit referendum.
Leaving the EU or staying in a dysfunctional institution is not an inspiring choice. But the Brexit debate can be about much more than immigrants’ benefits.
In the past few years, Athens became a place where refugees seeking a better future in Europe got stuck. Przemysław Witkowski gives a detailed insight in their world of despair, chaos, and misery.