Austrian designer Moriz Büsing created this grim interactive map of migrant and refugee deaths on the way to Europe, or trying to stay in Europe; over 32,000 deaths in 15 years
The European Union has severely undermined perceptions of sovereignty and it will fail unless EU citizens regain their voice in the policy process. Might a fully-fledged federalist project do that?
The febrile behavior of financial markets ahead of the UK’s “Brexit” referendum on June 23 shows that the outcome will influence economic and political conditions around the world far more profoundly than Britain’s share of global GDP might suggest. In fact, for three reasons, a Brexit vote could catalyze another global crisis.
Spain’s anti-austerity, left-wing Podemos (“We Can”) Party (previously), which grew out of Spain’s Occupy-like Indignados movement, has just published its election manifesto for the June 26 election —
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