Will Self on the militarisation of France, and Boris Johnson at the Foreign Office.
Although Eurovision song lyrics are not permitted to be political, the 2016 Ukrainian entry has found a way of bringing an historical injustice into present-day popular culture.
The problem with the John Longworth row is that nobody cares.
We mustn't let a shady coalition of men take Britain out of Europe, warns Catherine Bearder.
As EU and Turkish leaders meet in Brussels to discuss how to get to grips with the crisis, Laura Pitel reports on the mood among people at the Turkey-Syria border.
How Merkel’s handling of the refugee crisis emboldened the far right and led to troubling questions about her future as chancellor.
Artists are attempting to resurrect a piece of cultural history that has been buried, but also highlight the difficulty experienced by black people in Putin’s Russia.
When a politician becomes entertainment first and foremost there is a danger that he, or she, may lack the requisites of statesmanship.
The benefits are real and tangible.
The First Minister set out her positive case for the EU this morning, but her advice on campaigning strategy is wrong
In one year, Jacques Delors turned the traditional dividing lines of pro-Europeanism and Euroscepticism on its head.
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