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Will Europe go green?

As European voters look for new alternatives, Green parties are making waves across the region. In doing so, they could signal a counterweight to the populist European right and influence national and European climate policies.

The comprehensive guide to quitting Google

Things get sketchy when the entity overseeing [a tech] ecosystem starts dipping into your data or manipulating your experience.

The international use of the euro

The recent State of the Union speech by Jean-Claude Juncker sparked a discussion about the potential wider use of the euro on the international stage.

The transnational party that aims at votes from disillusioned people

Volt Europe is a new European party founded by an under-35 who wants to put more of Italy in Europe.

European stocks sink as tech gloom spreads

European shares crumbled,, tracking a decline in U.S. stock futures after tech stocks Alphabet and Amazon missed results expectations, further sapping risk appetite as European earnings also disappointed with Valeo harshly punished.

The uncertain future of the INF treaty

A landmark arms control agreement concluded between the United States and the Soviet Union in the final years of the Cold War is at risk of unraveling amid mutual suspicions.

Does Italy threaten a new European debt crisis?

Italy’s populist government has relished defying the European Union, and its latest showdown with Brussels could threaten the continent’s fragile recovery—and the global economy.

Fund for female peacekeepers

During the United Nations General Assembly week in New York, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland announced a new multi-partner fund to accelerate the deployment of women to UN peacekeeping operations.

Eastern promise and Western pretension

People in the former Eastern bloc are different from those in the West. They are more realistic. This applies to both "Eastern Europeans" and East Germans.

Can Europe become a nuclear power?

“Do we need the bomb?” asked the front page of one of Germany’s biggest newspapers last month.

Europe’s quest for financial independence

Brussels will find it hard to defy Washington, but it has to try.

The orange XTC state, a 19 billion euro industry

Dutch criminologist Edward van der Torre warns that the drug industry in The Netherlands is gaining more and more power.