As Afghan refugees flee the Taliban, members of the European Union are running out of sympathy for migrants.
The European Union will implement a plastic ban on July 3 to protect their beaches from pollution.
Fellows Ryan and Matt debate increasing tension within the bloc and what it means for Ankara.
Months of dramatic protests in Bulgaria have yet to generate desired international momentum.
Brussels’ dawdling in the face of rapid democratic erosion is a win for authoritarianism in Europe
Under the pretext of ensuring stability during the pandemic, authoritarian leaders are shoring up their grip on power and threatening democracy.
President Trump's surprise announcement on the withdrawal of forces shocked many around the world. What are the positions of the involved powers on this issue?
A new report from Project Syndicate suggests alternative ways the European Commission can handle immigration.