The European parliament is about to undergo profound change—with consequences for the whole continent
Simon Hix / May 9, 2019
The upcoming elections will recast the balance of MEPs and populists stand to gain most
Franklin Dehousse / May 6, 2019
Democracies cannot exist without compromise, says a former ECJ judge
When a party state has inimical values to our own, tread with a great deal of caution
Peter Ricketts / April 29, 2019
The leak is concerning but a mere foretaste of problems to come, says the UK’s former national security adviser
Anand Menon / April 22, 2019
There is no guarantee we would even be allowed to try it
Isabel Hilton / April 19, 2019
Is it too late to salvage something good from Beijing’s monumental development project?
Suchandrika Chakrabarti / April 18, 2019
When Denise Uwimana made the decision to forgive her Hutu neighbours, some of the other survivors called her a traitor. But 25 years after the Rwandan genocide, she says the act of forgiveness can...
Diane Roberts / April 17, 2019
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A month on from the Christchurch attacks, are we ready for a proper conversation about race in New Zealand?
Maya Goodfellow / April 16, 2019
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