Thomas Cook, one of the biggest holiday companies in Europe, collapsed in dramatic fashion on Monday, with consequences ricocheting from
In a landmark decision, the European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday that “the right to be forgotten”, one of the
The UK Supreme Court has today ruled the prorogue of UK Parliament on the advice of Prime Minister Boris Johnson,
The detainees are said to be members of the "violent wing" of the CDR, a grassroots network founded ahead of
The "National March for Life" in the Slovak capital was organized by the Catholic Church, and also backed by a
With just over one month to go before the UK is due to leave the EU, the European automotive industry
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and French President Emmanuel Macron have called for an overhaul of the European Union’s immigration
The main difference between East and West Germans 30 years after the Reunification seems to be that the former
The Backstop for All Future Backstops: Didn’t the Brits Think of the Irish Border When Voting for Brexit?
The Irish border backstop quagmire is certain to make all EU countries think of their border regions if they are
Referring to the EU as a "bloc" doesn't make enough sense any way you look at it.