Old tensions loom over Cameron-Hollande summit
Young bloggers from across the EU tell us what’s on their minds, including the events in Ukraine and who Europeans are letting down when they forget their own values. Leading this week, the revolution next door.
I cannot not care about what happens in Ukraine
Young bloggers from across the EU tell us what’s on their minds – policing terrorism, extreme inequality, war-mongering for democracy, and which is worse for Europe, fiscal prudence or the euro? Leading theme of the week: events in Ukraine.
I’m a ‘war generation kid’ who would like to know how a united Europe should act and behave towards its citizens
by Marko Boko
Two ministers from the Cons
Scepticism is healthy for democracy, but not when it degenerates into belief in conspiracy theories. Dieudonné and Jobbik are but two recent examples that the conspiratorial mindset is alive and well in Europe.
ervative party publicly disagreed about whether Brussels was forcing unwanted new rules on to British business
As the EU’s response to the Snowden leaks converges with European data protection reforms, new debates on privacy emerge at the European level: and the burning issue remains that of trust. Simon Garnett rounds up the latest developments to coincide with Data Protection Day 2014.
World heavy weight boxing ‘champion emeritus’ Vitali Klitschko has taken up politics during his semi-retirement from boxing. But this is no pensioner’s quiet life he’s leading. Klitschko is at the forefront of anti-government protests in Kiev. Yanukovych seems ever-more likely to fall. Klitschko seems ever-more likely to play a significant role in government. But who is Klitschko exactly?