Hundreds of masked men marched through Stockholm’s main train station on Friday evening, reportedly beating up refugees and anyone who didn’t appear to be ethnically Swedish. Wearing all-black balaclavas and armbands, the men ‘gathered with the
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The annual Davos meeting, which opens today (20 January) in the Swiss Alps, will look into whether the forthcoming technological revolution can bring renewed prosperity in times of overwhelming challenge and mounting gloom
Andrea Lorenzo Capussela is the author of State-Building in Kosov
Angela Merkel, Germany’s conservative chancellor, has become the unlikely guardian of liberalism in Europe.
Thousands of refugees and migrants making their way along the Balkan route through Europe this winter are at risk of life-threatening hypothermia, aid groups warn
In the last two months, Poland has emerged as the latest European battleground in a contest between two models of democracy – liberal and illiberal. But while Poland is the largest EU country to embrace illiberalism, it is not the first, indicating a trend that must be combated.
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