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European Union news and analysis from The Nation
February 21, 2018
‘Shoot the Beasts on Sight’: The Far Right and Italy’s Elections
Their poisonous opposition to migrants, their loud rallies, and their fascistic violence dominate the run-up to the March 4 polling.
February 15, 2018
The Far Right Is a Growing Threat in Greece
This is what happens when the ruling leftist party accepts austerity: polarization, fear, and “Trumpism on the Mediterranean.”
February 8, 2018
Turkey’s New Constitutional Crisis Could End the Rule of Law
In refusing to release unjustly detained journalists, the lower courts are aiding President Erdogan’s repression.
December 29, 2017
Catalonia’s Elections Take Spain Back to Square One
They made clear that the Spanish left lacks a convincing national project to counter the right’s reactionary, centralist patriotism.
November 10, 2017
The Military-Industrial Complex Is Fundamentally Changing the European Union
EU leaders are planning a massive arms buildup—and, amid panic over terror attacks, the critics have been marginalized.
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November 1, 2017
Is Europe’s Far Right Stoppable?
The mainstream’s analysis of the phenomenon is deeply flawed, and its responses only exacerbate the problem.
October 24, 2017
The World, Not Just America, Is Splintering
Trump’s polarization of US politics follows a greater pattern of political crises in Spain, Great Britain, and elsewhere.
October 13, 2017
Ai Weiwei on the Refugee Crisis: ‘People Have Been Forced Into a State of Movement’
His new documentary,
, asks important questions about how we respond to the refugee crisis.
October 6, 2017
Why Europe Needs a New Deal, Not Breakup
The EU is facing a crisis of legitimacy—but retreating to the nation-state will only benefit the far right.
James K. Galbraith
September 26, 2017
Only One EU Country Has Permanently Taken In All the Asylum Seekers It Promised To
Less than a third of the 54,000 asylum seekers EU countries agreed to relocate have been provided long-term resettlement.