It’s Instagram that is turning everyone and everywhere the same, not the UN, not NAFTA, not the IMF, and certainly not the EU

Turkey blackmails Europe, Greece adopts a policy of deterrence, and the EU remains divided

Sturgeon spells out why Scotland’s path back to the EU would be hindered by an illegal referendum attempt

Central and eastern European states want a better standard of living, but not at the cost of their sovereignty

The government is blaming international rules while under-investing in national alternatives

Andrew Tettenborn says we should be able to hear, read and say what we want without the threat of undemocratic human rights law

Perhaps it is time we introduced bodies bankrolled by the UK taxpayer which support a commitment to democracy

Social policies have become issues of human rights

Greece and Turkey nearly came to blows last summer, and the risk of war remains

Adam LeBor traces the American influences behind Jean Monnet, the man who reshaped Europe