Calder Walton / May 30, 2017
As questions continue to be asked of MI5, it's worth reflecting on how the press treats intelligence services – on both sides of the Atlantic
JP O' Malley / May 27, 2017
The Central European University, based in Budapest, is on course to become the first European university since 1945 to be closed by the state for ideological reasons. But street protests have...
Libya remains an ungoverned space on Europe’s doorstep because of choices made, primarily, by British and French political leaders
Abigail Frymann Rouch / May 26, 2017
Their numbers are plummeting, and there may soon be none left in the country. Archbishop Warda is fighting to make sure that sectarian conflict doesn’t force them out altogether
Sophia Besch / May 25, 2017
European leaders and American presidents have not always seen eye-to-eye, but this first summit with Trump carries unique risks
George Magnus / May 22, 2017
Is the "Trump trade" toast? It remains to be seen whether scandal will prevent the president enacting his economic policies.
Rupert Stone / May 22, 2017
The Taliban cannot be defeated on the battlefield
The US president’s carelessness could end up damaging America’s relationships with its security partners
It is the US President’s disdain for his intelligence services which has brought about the current existential crisis in the White House