Reports suggest that Russia has been deliberately targeting journalists in Ukraine—which is a war crime.
How the European Union failed to deal with the collapse of Yugoslavia has lessons for the imperative of enlargement today.
The State of the European Union address reflected a union buffeted by a series of crises.
The government of Aleksandar Vučić is trying to clean up its image, Lily Lynch writes—without having to clean up its act.
In Europe the struggle by Ukraine has largely been seen as a defence of universal norms. But around the world that is far from universal.
If Europe does not wake up to the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, it could be complicit in genocide.
A state that protects—and a bulwark for democracy and modernity. Is this, Robert Misik asks, the new paradigm of the democratic left?
The outlines of a new progressive narrative for Europe are emerging amid the smoke from forest fires and the war in Ukraine.
The EU has to navigate disturbing internal dynamics, external challenges and a weak economic outlook.
The European Union is crossing human-rights red lines with its Common European Asylum System.
Once installed in power, authoritarian leaders such as Erdoğan and Orbán are very hard to dislodge.
Parliamentary elections this weekend in Spain could see the far-right party win a share of power.
The US Supreme Court’s decision to ban affirmative action in university admissions has struck at the heart of the ‘American dream’.
Civil-society-led dialogue will be key if disinformation is to be rebutted and trust is to be rebuilt.
Rejection of the EU’s latest plan for a co-ordinated approach to people movement stems from Orbán’s redefinition of Hungary.
Western liberals, Eszter Kováts writes, should avoid being seduced by Hungary’s authoritarian mouthpieces.
A clash is looming between the European Parliament and the Council of the EU on including rape in a coming directive.
The war in Ukraine has raised the spectre not only of Russia’s disintegration but also of a catastrophic nuclear confrontation.
The abortive Wagner Group insurrection could have significant implications for Russia’s ability to react to Ukraine’s counter-offensive.
The European Parliament’s inquiry on Pegasus is over; the struggle for freedom from illegitimate surveillance is not.
Violations of the rights of migrants and the silencing of human-rights defenders stem from a mindset of security and control.