Turkey has a way to go before becoming a member of the EU.
Ordinary Greeks are eager to see an end to austerity. Can Syriza provide it?
There are lots of things to say about the protest movement that has come to be known as EuroMaidan. Some are hopeful and reassuring. Others not so much.
This time, the Spanish middle classes are joining workers and identifying more with working class struggles than with corporate interests or EU mandates.
The media coverage of these killings suggest that foreigners are responsible for the crimes of which they are victims, which in turn reinforces a racist narrative that remains strong within the public at large
It is perhaps time that the European Union abandons all pretension of democratic representation. Nobody elected these Heads of State and their corporate ties have been purposefully obscured.
It seems like the European Treaties bring out every gombeen with an axe to grind.
Irish citizens can already appeal to the ECHR, where they can get justice after the Irish system has failed. The Treaty does not change that right.