For the Italian president, the region is where his nation’s constitution was born.
2023 sees the UK host the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine. But what role does the stage itself have to play in the musical spectacle?
Far from an exception, 16 March marked the 100th time under the Fifth Republic that France’s president chose to use a special constitutional measure to force through unpopular measures.
Italy’s next prime minister promises a lot on the campaign trail but the reality of government will prove a shock.
The Sweden Democrats have become the second largest party nationally, making it harder to argue against including them in government.
The latest political chaos in Italy is the result of a series of political manoeuvres by varying parties.
The EU commission is taking legal action against Hungary may not be a sure win for LGBT rights in Europe.
The Italian parliament has been dissolved following the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi. What happens next, and why is Italy’s politics so fragmented?
The new prime minister seems to have the temperament that would favour a collaborative approach. He could usher in a golden era of stable government, with more generous and compassionate politics.
The settled foundations of German foreign policy have been overturned in an instant following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
What’s the significance of the US beefing up its military presence in Europe? The Conversation provides a roundup of articles addressing the crisis in Ukraine.
The surprise winner of the opposition primaries does not align himself with any political party.
The success of a referendum to relax Gibraltar’s strict abortion ban will mean safer access for many people.
A soldier is on the run after being charged with the attempted murder of the government’s leading pandemic expert.
Plans are being adopted and resolutions made, but moving forward means facing difficult truths about the past.
European figureheads have spoken out against Capitol rioters but also know they have problems in their own back yard.
Members of the far-right group have been found guilty of crimes including racketeering and murder.
Citizens feel disillusioned, but it’s not all bad news.
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.
The European Commission promises a debate about representation. It should consider how Black and other people of colour feel about Europe.