By David Cronin - 28 August 8:20
Ireland is second only to Greece in terms of the scale and speed of health cutbacks undertaken by “developed” countries.
By Spyros Marchetos - 27 August 16:58
Greece's - and Europe's - treatment of undocumented migrants is a threat to the liberty of us all.
By Agata Pyzik - 22 August 10:10
The third-poorest country in the EU, Latvia punitive welfare conditions and the exclusion of Russian-speakers from surrounding nations has lead to a depopulation of 30,000 a year.
By George Eaton - 22 August 9:50
What kind of a social model is it that leaves half of young people out of work? George Eaton profiles Spain's employment woes.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 14 August 16:57
As an eighteen year old dies trying to flee a ticket inspector in Athens, police in Britain boast of apprehending a mother shoplifting to feed her two children. All across Europe, people are struggling to survive.
By Andrea Mammone - 08 August 17:39
The former prime minister's personality cult has damaged Italian politics.
By David Cronin - 26 July 10:24
The proposed US-EU partnership is likely to strip away rules that protect health and the environment.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 18 July 11:48
There are two kinds of deficit that have taken hold in Greece: the economic one, and the democratic deficit created by government spin and five years of austerity and authoritarianism.
By Benjamin Abtan - 17 July 11:02
Why Pope Francis's visit to Lampedusa highlights a challenge for all of us.
By Agata Pyzik - 11 July 8:37
While Poland loves to boast about westerners coming to earn money, it is less open about those from the eastern part of the continent. Propaganda serves to justify almost anything.
By Anmar Frangoul - 11 July 8:12
Twenty-seven per cent of Spain's population is unemployed - over six million people. In a ferociously competitive job market, Spaniards see learning a foreign language as the best way of distinguishing themselves from others.
By Ece Temelkuran - 05 July 14:17
The Turkish government’s spin doctors have linked the recent protests to cyber attacks and historical cases of secular dissent to silence anti-government demonstrators.
By David Cronin - 28 June 18:07
To an EU elite determined to push harmful economic policies, democracy is an inconvenience.
By Daniel Trilling - 21 June 16:28
Ece Temelkuran is targeted for having criticised Erdogan's response to the #OccupyGezi protests.
By Andrea Mammone - 20 June 16:16
At last, politicians are talking about youth unemployment, but their efforts don't go far enough.
By Daniel Trilling - 18 June 17:51
From switching off the national broadcaster, to the Skouries protests, the Greek government is unable to silence public anger at its handling of the crisis.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 12 June 13:38
After the closure of ERT, the country's political future hangs in the balance, writes Yiannis Baboulias.
By Benjamin Abtan - 10 June 16:12
The murder of the young anti-fascist activist Clément Méric in France is the tip of a rise in far right violence at the European level.
By Mark Bergfeld - 06 June 12:09
Through protesting together, people from different backgrounds are discovering a new power.
By Ece Temelkuran - 03 June 11:53
What began in an Istanbul park has tapped in to years of grievances.
By Celluloid Liberation Front - 29 May 11:12
The Celluloid Liberation Front speak to the Italian literary collective Wu Ming, whose work draws readers in to exchange, sharing and confrontation.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 10 May 12:37
Ministers' claims that the economy has "turned a corner" don't bear up to scrutiny.
By new-statesman - 08 May 17:24
Watch Kate Mara and Guy Smallman's new documentary on migrants in Athens here.
By Andrew Gawthorpe - 03 May 11:34
The centre-right's victory masks growing disaffection with politics.
By Andrea Mammone - 02 May 12:22
The left-right coalition represents a continuation of the old, discredited politics - and a victory for Berlusconi.
By Daniel Trilling - 22 April 9:04
The Greek journalist, who was instrumental in the publication of the "Lagarde list" of major tax evaders in October 2012, talks to the NS's Daniel Trilling.
By Benjamin Abtan - 20 April 10:02
It is now 98 years since 1.5m Armenians were systematically massacred. Recognising what happened is the only way to help us all move forward.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 19 April 11:43
A shooting in a small agricultural town in the Peloponese demonstrates the stark dangers of the anti-immigration rhetoric gaining ground in Greece.
By Agata Pyzik - 18 April 12:54
The criticism of Femen and their topless protests as “fast-food feminism” ignores the postcommunist macho culture in Ukraine, the country from which the group emerged.
By Ctia Bruno - 17 April 16:56
Why there's not going to be a Portuguese "Syriza" any time soon.