Public opinion polls on the EU-Turkey relationship show the depth of the problem.
Greece’s former finance minister defends his record and explains how to save Europe.
The Brexit age divide is a continent-wide phenomenon.
The battle for TTIP looks to be increasingly uphill, at least in Germany.
Thousands of refugees are stuck in Greece.
Talk of the Town: A round-up of what’s happening in Berlin (April 11).
The EU-Turkey deal on refugees is fundamentally flawed.
European attitudes on Brexit and refugees.
The question of whether sending ground troops to fight IS is dividing Europe.
The EU’s Commissioner for Competition on taking on the likes of Google and knitting elephants.
Who is handling the European refugee crisis well?
It should come as no surprise that Europeans are increasingly worried about the mounting immigration crisis.
The notion of “European solidarity” cuts many ways; right now, it needs to be applied to the EU’s two most pressing problems, Greece and refugees.
The Estonian president on austerity and difficult neighbors.
NATO’s Secretary General on expecting the unexpected and how to relax in snow-deprived Brussels.
The US Department of Justice’s indictment of leading FIFA officials is likely the result of successful cooperation with between US and European authorities, and relied on robust data collection. This example of successful surveillance could do with a bit more fanfare.