A new anti-LGBTQ+ law in Hungary is populist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's tactic for securing support ahead of elections.
A soldier is on the run after being charged with the attempted murder of the government's leading pandemic expert.
Some countries made abortion access easier during the pandemic. Others used it as an excuse for a crackdown.
The Danish government has been clear that it prioritises politics over the law when it comes to its citizens who left to join the caliphate.
The African Continental Free Trade Area is the largest in the world. The World Bank sees it as a means of lifting 30 million people out of extreme poverty. But will it?
Multiple incidents prove that borders in Europe are often as clear as mud.
Storms which originate in the tropics and reach Europe aren't as rare as scientists once thought.
National procedures for approving the financing of the European recovery plan are delaying its implementation. But the horizon seems to be clearing.
While Serbia's Covid-19 infection rate continues to be worrisome, the country has shown the ability to vaccinate a higher proportion of its population than EU nations.
Boundaries aren't just treaties. They've been built from rivers, oral history and newspaper notices — and rocks in the way of farmers.
When the directors of a company are graduates of the same school as the executive, their ability to hold the executive accountable for his or her decisions becomes compromised.
A new study explores the how the celebrity and status of professional footballers in the "Big Five" European leagues can affect both performance and pay.
After a prolonged campaign, Germany's biggest coalition has chosen the man who will lead it into September's general election.
It's cheap and easy to store, but the Russian vaccine does not yet have approval in Europe.
Rising protectionism has the potential to have major negative effects on many European companies, yet firms have been largely absent from the public conversation. Why?
Strasbourg officials are within their right to allow public funds to be used to build what may be the largest mosque in Europe. But that hasn't stopped the backlash
GDP only measures economic growth – not inequality, poverty or unpaid work like elder care. So researchers in the Netherlands developed a new way for governments to see how people are actually doing.
The Covid-19 pandemic raises the question of the precariousness of foreigners dependent on social assistance in Switzerland - a precariousness that is still growing.
Whether they are winemakers, winery owners, cellar managers or sommeliers, women entrepreneurs are evolving in the wine industry - a traditional men’s world.
Switzerland is a key case study for understanding how a global health crisis affects the stability of well-established democratic institutions and shifts political debates.