Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has caught referendum fever. He is giving his public a vote on refugee policy in what is being seen as a two-fingered salute to the EU.
With tensions already high, telling Muslim women not to dress a certain way at the beach will only make things worse.
A group of activists is seeking to build a special community as an alternative response to the so-called migration crisis.
With two votes failing to produce a government, caretaker PM Mariano Rajoy is running out of options.
The best option for future relations seems to be EEA membership, but that puts paid to the ideal of 'taking back control'.
While the French public comes to terms with a series of appalling attacks, politicians seize the opportunity to position themselves ahead of next year's Presidential election.
The case of a man stripped of his EU citizenship offers some guidance for emigrants living in legally uncharted territory after the Brexit vote.
The added costs from trade-related red tape that will result from leaving the EU are certain and they will be costly for business and government.
Britain might want to play nice and exit calmly, but the French president must avoid giving ammunition to Frexiters.
Everyone is looking to the German leader to save the union in the wake of the Brexit vote.
New research shows how the financial crisis led to a dramatic shift in poverty across Europe.
President Erdoğan has described the failed coup as a 'gift from god'. And we can expect him to make the most of it.
Taking over a country by military force is much harder in this age of globalised rights.
Euroscepticism, referenda and debates about national identity: the similarities betwen Switzerland and the UK are striking.
How the new chancellor must do to mitigate the economic effects of Brexit.
Obama has said he expects European allies to chip in their fair share of defense spending, and European public opinion supports it. But as a Tufts expert points out, many challenges in Europe remain.
The second organisational pillar of the European order isn't as threatened as the EU – but there's trouble ahead.
The Brexit vote was the outcome of the disillusionment and disengagement that have permeated the UK. Many Europeans share that mood, which is why both the UK and EU need radical democratic surgery.
Angela Merkel and François Hollande are now alone at the top table, and there are no prizes for guessing who is drawing up the seating plan.
Radical right populists are on the brink of power in Austria and making gains across the region. And the European leaders who once were willing to publicly condemn them are silent now.