Africa and Europe’s borders coincide in the Spanish port cities of Ceuta and Melilla. Rick Terpstra addresses the violations that migrants face here.
Angela Medendorp explains how the gas lobby is threatening Europe’s sustainable energy future.
Merkel has won another term, the SPD has taken a hit, and the far-right has won seats in the Bundestag. Wong Tsz sheds light on how it all went down.
Eoghan Hughes explores the complications that Brexit poses for the UK’s only and historically loaded land border.
As The Netherlands will be the first of three founding EU Member States to hold a major election this year, Arne van Lienden dissects the political climate surrounding the vote.
Germany has elected a new president. Who is Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and what lies in store?
The EU supports autocratic regimes in the Western Balkans. Stefan Stankovic explains why the EU has no other choice at the moment.
After exploring Islamophobia in the United States, Sabine Volk now asks: is Islamophobia the new anti-Semitism?
While France takes great strides to reduce waste, Paul Hoffman explores why Europe should follow its lead.
In the throes and woes of Brexit, British cinema stands to lose big; Emilie Oudet explains how.