The Hungarian government is criminalising homelessness in an attempt to secure political dominance, and to obscure the failure of the state to address the social, political and economic contradictions of post-socialist Hungary.
A report on the London launch of Podemos (literally ‘We Can’), a new political party in Spain that has radically reshaped its political landscape.
Can an independent Scotland survive the turbulent waters of the international economy? And will its disembarkation sink the mothership? Two leading economic commentators debate.
UKIP's success in the European elections can only be fully explained by considering the party's presentation by the media as an Establishment force.
If Europe is to be defended as a sphere of genuine international cooperation and integration, the EU must be saved from itself.
Spain's economic problems and mounting regional tensions cannot be deferred indefinitely.
A quarter century after its first free elections in 1990, Hungary is running out of democratic options.
What exactly is the EU and what would joining it mean for Ukraine?
Europe's grand strategy to foster high-technology industry has instead contributed to financial instability.
Barcelona, like many cities, now operates as a corporate brand, a process which has left residents disenfranchised and which raises important questions about the interests served by urban spaces