What parallel can be drawn between the Schengen countries’ management of the migrant crisis in 2015 and their response to the current health epidemic?
The Covid-19 pandemic is prompting Europeans to rethink their relationship to borders. Faced with the threat of the spread of the disease, should the border be a wall or a filter?
The United Kingdom pretty much did what it wanted in the EU. That it chose to pursue a national agenda of austerity and neoliberalism has nothing to do with Europe.
A guide from an EU law expert for British citizens who will be elsewhere in the EU on a no-deal Brexit day.
With Romania at the helm of the EU, many fear that there’s a bumpy ride ahead. But there’s no need to worry (too much).
Because of its geography, the UK must put an end to uncertainty over asylum policy after Brexit.
Romania is leading the European Council for six months. But its government has been dogged by corruption scandals and judicial overreach.
If the UK left the EU without a deal, it could have an impact on passports, driving licences and mobile phone charges.
Norway’s relationship with the EU is carefully managed – what lessons does it have for Britain after Brexit?
The self-confessed europhile will need to respond to concerns about the EU if he is to succeed as French president.
What do border walls cost? And do they work?
The EU is tightening security on its own borders.
Safe passage for vulnerable refugees could help stop thousands from making a perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
Calls to amend the Le Touquet treaty between Britain and France are growing louder.
Norway, Switzerland, Canada and a WTO-only trade relationship are are the obvious options for the UK post-Brexit.
As the philosopher once described, states obsessed with the health of their own people often create the conditions for others to die.
How asylum seekers became political pawns in Germany’s foreign policy agenda.
The Czech police were condemned for writing numbers on refugees’ arms – but Central Europe’s problem with outsiders goes much deeper.
The free movement of people among Schengen member states is a boon for business and the European economy.
Budapest’s main train station has been reopened to refugees – but Hungary’s hateful politics of fear are only getting harsher.