By Leigh Phillips - 24 February 12:01
Explosive revelations from a former Greek diplomat.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 09 February 13:56
Conflicting stories and doctored photographs reveal clumsy attempts by the Greek police to conceal the degree of force used during and after the arrest of four anarchists.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 05 February 9:04
The abuse suffered by four young anarchists, arrested for a bank robbery, at the hands of the police proves it’s time to call Greece’s coalition government what it is – a far-right authoritarian group.
By Alex Hern - 05 February 9:03
Italy, Spain and Cyprus all strike fear into the hearts of economists.
By Benjamin Abtan - 30 January 14:36
An open letter to Angela Merkel.
By Jon Day - 24 January 5:59
Questions are being asked about the viability of Holland's liberal drug laws.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky - 22 January 15:51
Back from Paris where she has been interviewing prostitutes, politicians, police, and feminists who argue both for and against legalising prostitution, Valeria Costa-Kostritsky asks whether legalising it would benefit both those who want to leave prostitu
By Robert Buckland - 16 January 16:23
Conservative MP Robert Buckland says it is time for the UK to engage with the EU constructively.
By New Statesman - 16 January 15:44
There is no evidence that any EU member is willing to allow Britain to pick and choose which laws it obeys.
By Tanya Lokshina - 20 December 10:01
Human rights researcher Tanya Lokshina tells how she was blackmailed over her pregnancy.
By T G Otte - 13 December 6:29
We still have not learned the lessons of the First World War.
By Daniel Trilling - 12 December 16:44
Lofty ambitions on the French left.
By Daniel Trilling - 12 December 6:25
In Greece, the far right has taken advantage of public anxiety caused by hyper-austerity, stoking xenophobia and violence. But the country’s experience is by no means unique.
By Raziye Akkoc - 30 November 15:50
Turkey's prime minister Recep Erdogan announced this week that the headscarf ban will be partially lifted.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky - 30 November 11:16
French anti-veil laws are steeped in racism and have opened the door to abuse against Muslims.
By Nelson Jones - 28 November 11:22
The change in law reflects the contemporary view of sex as something that can only properly be enjoyed on a basis of equality.
By Alex Ward - 19 November 8:03
Officials defend the “time-bomb at the heart of Europe”.
By Alex Hern - 15 November 12:56
The European Commission is ever-hopeful, it seems.
By Richard Mylles - 02 November 15:58
Regional parties mitigate the threat of a single populist party winning national support.
By Jon Stone - 01 November 14:30
The party is only third because of the collapse of others around it.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky - 30 October 16:03
A lenient gang-rape verdict has prompted outcry and a debate on France's inadequate response to rape. The French media's ambivalence towards rape victims also needs to be examined.
By Denis MacShane - 30 October 11:15
To be pro-European is not to endorse each and every proposal of the Brussels apparat.
By Graham Phillips - 30 October 10:55
Pressure is on the Mykolaiv court to reach a verdict that will show progress.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 30 October 10:25
There is nothing pro-European about a government sworn on suppressing freedom of speech.
By George Eaton - 29 October 15:37
Who could he possibly have in mind?
By Yiannis Baboulias - 23 October 16:09
Golden Dawn is having a field day while MPs from other parties are assaulted.
By Alex Ward - 22 October 15:54
State-owned champion becomes world’s largest oil producer.
By Graham Phillips - 13 October 11:24
The man who tried to buy a Soviet submarine to transport drugs is fast becoming an internet celebrity from his prison cell in Panama.
By Rose George - 12 October 16:16
For six months, a pack of boys told Nina to turn up at certain times to be raped. Yesterday, the harshest sentence given to her attackers was a year in jail, and several defendants were acquitted. How is this justice?
By William Brett - 12 October 14:59
The Peace Prize was a reminder that the EU has been a force for good and remains a bulwark against further suffering.