The murder of a Holocaust survivor is forcing the country to embrace a new, unfamiliar kind of religious and ethnic solidarity.
“It’s still rare to find women who have authoritative roles in the media and political system. On the contrary, things have gone backwards.”
Italy’s old guard is finished. But it’s not clear yet what the new guard is.
The people have spoken. But what are they saying?
The extremists get louder, the center struggles, and all of Europe will feel the effects.
The former prime minister has been convicted of tax fraud and tarnished by scandal. He is nevertheless a kingmaker in Italy’s upcoming elections.
The country is stifling open discussion of war crimes—and jeopardizing its own standing on the world stage.
The assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia raises questions about the tiny island nation that has become a back door to Europe.
A letter from prominent French women embodied a backlash against #MeToo—and then sparked its own backlash.
Some notable French women are decrying a “puritanical” wave of reckoning over sexual misconduct.
The union is facing pressure from right and left as it tries to preserve its values.
But whatever it is, those seeking it are more committed than ever.
The refugee crisis, even in its enormity, is happening to people one by one. An artist sets out to document them.
In a new book, a star of the European left argues that Greek’s financial crisis prefigured the fissures afflicting Europe today.
Even before the verdict was handed down, it was clear the proceedings were about much more than Abdelkader Merah.
In the land of the insouciant shoulder shrug, it might have taken an American-made scandal to start a conversation on sexual assault.
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