Once dismissed as old-fashioned, gin is now a favorite hipster tipple
Right-wing parties in central and eastern Europe are winning elections—and using their new power to undermine national institutions.
Europeans are starting to worry about a Trump presidency.
The migration crisis is fanning old tensions in the Balkans, prompting a war of words in a region where bloody memories run deep.
Driven by history and economic necessity, she has shown compassion, crucial leadership.
Tim Marshall's book 'Prisoners of Geography' shows how maps shape not only history, but destiny.
The International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission troika has its first colony: Greece.
As the richest single economy in the world, the EU should be able to resettle a few hundred thousand refugees.
Unable to make the decision Alexis Tsipras is asking Greek voters to take the hit by calling for a snap referendum
The eurozone common monetary policy is not fit for purpose for all eurozone member states
Jean-Claude Juncker's believes the European Union should have its own counter-intelligence agency
The EU's poorest country attempts to cope with a soaring number of asylum seekers and refugees through harsh methods.