The EU no longer serves the people – democracy demands a new beginning, says Yanis Varoufakis.
Anti-democratic tendencies should be viewed as rooted deeply in the actual history of this region, as well as in the lack of a federal European model.
In Romania, measures to postpone the increase of the minimum wage signal an approach to poverty specific to the new government.
The Soviet Union has been replaced by a resurgent Russia and the European Union has come to be dominated by the forces of nationalism.
The doctors’ strike, due to start next Tuesday in England, has been called off by the British Medical Association as talks continue. Sam Bennett reports.
The track record of the European Investment Bank, the world’s largest public lender, stands in stark contrast to its pose in Paris as a hero in the fight against climate change.
It’s no secret that Poland is not the biggest proponent of ambitious European climate and energy policies. Rather than aiding Poland in transforming increasingly obsolete energy system, the Energy Union risks legitimizing the Polish addiction to fossil fuels.