I think I’m falling for EU.
The prime minister will have no choice but to pour all his heart and soul into the EU referendum.
Certainly not scribbled out at the last minute.
It has taken a long time to write, but the PM still hasn't produced an entirely realistic plan for reform.
Refugees arrive in Germany.
Today's refugee crisis is not just about the movement of people. It is also about the human immobility that is baked into contemporary laws and politics. What, then, of the code of hospitality?
The government's hands are tied on taxing tampons, but there are alternatives.
The European Union was billed as the most important post-WWII peace project. It has failed.
The 'In' campaign has started on the back foot. Here's what it needs to do to get going.
The Bank of England has emphasised the overal benefits that membership of the EU brings Britain. But also warns of its risks.
The high court’s ruling has Google and other tech companies rushing to build data centers in Europe.
The EU’s highest court invalidated a key data sharing agreement between the union and the US, exposing the deep cultural clash over privacy and surveillance.
By focusing on people traffickers, leaders are spinning a dangerous narrative about this crisis.
Governments are just as much to blame when it comes to letting car manufacturers get away with dodging regulation requirements, as the companies themselves.
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UUK’s 'Universities for Europe' campaign is a welcome contribution to a debate that is inevitably partial.
Greece's bailout may have allayed fears of a eurozone exit, but euroscepticism remains high in Greece's election build up.
Universities have put their boxing gloves on.
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The decision by the university membership body to campaign for Britain staying in the EU has implications for academics.
Nobody is doing a great job, but three countries say they have no part to play in the refugee crisis.
Cutting a lonely figure.
The European Commission president believes more integration and cooperation is the solution to Europe's many problems. But it's hard to see this happening.
Hear me now.
Junker reinforced his mandate to act as a guarantor of EU integration, preserve the unity of the EU and the Eurozone, and to take leadership in addressing the refugee crisis.
The lucky ones: bound for Germany.
Much of the conventional wisdom among academics over the last decade or so has focused on the convergent trends in European government policies toward both migrants and asylum seekers. Spurred on by European…
An image by Nilufer Demir dominates news coverage.
Powerful images – like the one of Aylan Kurdi that flooded the Internet last week – can spark political change.
Hackles raised at an anti-migrant protest in Brno, Czech Republic.
The Czech police were condemned for writing numbers on refugees' arms – but Central Europe's problem with outsiders goes much deeper.
Germany is doing most of the heavy lifting.
Europe has long struggled to share the burden fairly and now the situation is at breaking point.