24 September 2018

Bono can’t give the EU a soul

U2 have tried, and failed, to give our technocratic age meaning.

21 September 2018

Salzburg: the humiliation of British democracy

The EU might find May frustrating, but it’s us voters they really despise.

12 September 2018

The EU’s shameful crusade against Hungary

Hungary is being punished for one reason only: it takes its sovereignty seriously.

10 September 2018

Why Sweden’s populist moment matters

The rise of the Sweden Democrats is a blow to Europe’s elites.

7 September 2018

‘Swedish politicians have abandoned the nation’

Historian Lars Tragardh on the rise of the Sweden Democrats.

22 August 2018

Anti-tourism gets ugly

Posters mocking dead tourists in Barcelona capture a mainstream sentiment.

17 August 2018

Barcelona, one year on

Why people still aren’t taking violent Islamism seriously.

10 August 2018

Whither Podemos?

On the rise and fall of Spain’s left-wing populists.

9 August 2018

The dystopia of the child-protection industry

From Norway to Britain, more kids are being seized from their parents.

9 August 2018

A feeling of apartheid in Holland

A South African writer sees too much of his homeland in multicultural Europe.