The Russian invasion of Ukraine demands a multi-pronged, enduring European response sending a very clear signal to the Kremlin.
The Russian president has launched his invasion of Ukraine but the attack could severely destabilise his regime.
The narrative of universal human rights did for the Soviet Union. It’s the biggest threat to its successor, muscle-flexing in Ukraine.
The EU must enforce mandatory due diligence on corporations and their supply chains and involve workers in its strategy.
Human-rights due diligence must be taken seriously—as the Brumadinho case showed.
Pushbacks at Europe’s borders have not been compliant with the Refugee Convention. Nor would internal ones.
His cardinal sin is to have forgotten the core tenet of the rule of law: those who make the rules are bound by them.
To change the pessimistic Zeitgeist, left-wing politics and radical art must renew their alliance, Robert Misik writes.
The idea that social-democratic parties should accommodate anti-immigrant sentiment is not only misguided but empirically wrong.
Europe needs to address the risk come 2024 of facing not only a non-democratic superpower to its east—but to its west too.
The EU must enforce robust human-rights due diligence in company supply chains.
The Conservative Party used to be famed for its pragmatic retention of power, Paul Mason writes. It’s lost that muscle memory.
As with the coronavirus, the global north needs to recognise its interdependence with Africa when it comes to financial flows.
Pandemic protests have mobilised the language of ‘freedom’. Progressives need to redefine that as emancipation.
Why did the socialists win so big in Portugal? Maybe because they weren’t expected to.
Vladimir Putin’s indulgence of his imperial impulses has far-reaching implications for Europe’s place in the world.
Disharmony on the left could pave the way for a right-wing coalition government.
Political leaders must not turn the Conference on the Future of Europe into another EU black box.
‘Inequality’ is never the official cause of a death. But, writes Jayati Ghosh, that doesn’t mean it’s not.
Social democracy is flatlining in a France which otherwise betrays common European features.
The French president has made ‘sovereignty’ a buzzword. Yet corporations seem to enjoy more than citizens.