Kiev.
Investors hesitate as Ukraine teeters on the precipice
By Elizabeth Stephens - 26 February 10:55

In recent days Ukrainian bonds suffered the worst selloff on record and the stock index fell 2.8 per cent

New Statesman
European impasse
By Margarida Madaleno - 24 August 17:38

The EU should channel its funds towards more productive ends

Paul Ryan
Paul Ryan on Europe
By Alex Hern - 15 August 9:23

Compared to Ryan's budgets, Cameron's coalition looks positively profligate.

José Manuel Barroso: Why is Britain so closed to the EU?
By David Miliband - 12 July 10:54

Britain will be reduced to the role of a “Norway or Switzerland” in Europe if Eurosceptics push us into leaving the EU, warns the president of the European Commission, talking to David Miliband.

A euro lies on a European flag
To rescue Europe, our leaders need a new sense of resolve
By Jean Pisani-Ferry - 11 July 16:00

Our limited resources won't stretch far without determination.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Angela Merkel’s mania for austerity is destroying Europe
By Mehdi Hasan - 20 June 18:00

The German Chancellor is terminating growth and pushing us towards a new Depression.

Merkel speaking in the Bundestag
Leader: It is time for Chancellor Merkel to intervene to save Europe
By New Statesman - 20 June 17:35

For more than two years, Europe’s leaders have delayed and prevaricated as the survival of the single currency has grown ever less certain. “If the euro fails, then Europe fails,” the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, has said, implying an unconditional commitment to the single currency.

Francois Hollande, France's President-elect
What Hollande should do now
By Andrew Graham - 10 May 16:59

How the new French president can oblige the Germans to play their part in Europe's growth strategy.