By Alex Hern - 12 October 10:12
Not quite as weird as it seems. But still pretty weird.
By Sorana Stanescu - 11 October 12:29
Revealed: how job restrictions have left Romanian and Bulgarian construction workers underpaid and vulnerable to exploitation.
By Douglas Hurd - 11 October 9:19
Governing the World: the History of an Idea - review.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 10 October 9:04
As protestors chanted anti-austerity slogans and clashed with riot police, the German Chancellor did nothing but look after her own electoral interests.
By Petros Fassoulas - 09 October 10:45
There is no hope that a renegotiation would be anything but a step towards exit from the EU.
By Alex Hern - 09 October 9:58
Some good news from Europe.
By Jacob Diggle - 01 October 17:58
Viktor Orban’s government is returning the country to totalitarianism.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky - 01 October 16:45
Like their classmates, Roma children in one Paris suburb are getting to grips with a new school year - but French ministers continue to play politics with their future.
By Alex Hern - 26 September 10:46
As protestors surround Madrid, Catalonia ponders independence.
By James Dawson - 24 September 10:51
A referendum in a German town over a street name sparks a debate over whether ambiguous historical figures should be honoured.
By Julian Sayarer - 14 September 11:59
A Turkish woman takes the law into her own hands and kills the man who raped her.
By Tim King - 12 September 15:46
Saturday morning, 8.30am, driving to my local market town in France profonde, listening to the weekend press review on French radio.
By James Rodgers - 11 September 12:32
It's now 21 years since the end of the Soviet Union, but Russia's politics are still strikingly teenage in nature.
By Samira Shackle - 31 August 16:51
Will his alleged victim, Nafissatou Diallo, get to tell her side of the story?
By Margarida Madaleno - 29 August 15:59
The country instituted an emergency tax for three years to sort out its problems. Should we?
By Oliver Bullough - 29 August 13:53
A population that lives in fear of state violence, and a 99 per cent election tally that could have come from the Soviet era - welcome to Putin's Russia.
By Margarida Madaleno - 29 August 10:38
Everyone has something to offer if you treat their time as the precious commodity.
By Margarida Madaleno - 24 August 17:38
The EU should channel its funds towards more productive ends
By sne Seierstad - 23 August 8:25
Åsne Seierstad questions a system that gives Anders Breivik publicity.
By E V Crowe - 23 August 7:32
The Royal Court's EV Crowe on the Russian punk band.
By Margarida Madaleno - 22 August 12:19
The country is attempting to get a further loan of €30bn.
By Jack Barton - 21 August 17:12
The diplomatic row between Belarus and Sweden means the UK won't be able to remain detached for long.
By Denis MacShane - 20 August 9:23
What Russia wants it gets if it can.
By Nick Dearden - 18 August 18:39
We must retake control of our economies from the banks.
By Padraig Reidy - 17 August 14:42
There are indications that people are ready to kick back against Putin.
By Margarida Madaleno - 16 August 14:11
Hardline deficit hawks sometimes make surprising moves.
By Valeria Costa-Kostritsky - 16 August 14:00
The trial of Pussy Riot is encouraging Russians to talk openly about corruption. But how is their message being received in a country where feminism is still a dirty word?
By Alex Hern - 16 August 10:39
Juan Manuel Sanchez Gordillo had accompanied activists on supermarket raids where food was distributed to the poor.
By Kasia Malinowska-Sempruch - 16 August 9:29
Reform has always been a “two-steps forward, one-step back” undertaking.
By Alex Hern - 09 August 12:05
It's not just a 0.2 per cent Robin Hood tax which Hollande introduced.