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Euroskeptic parties in talks to for faction

Central and Eastern European leaders are reportedly discussing the formation of a new faction within the European Parliament. According to Hungary's Nepszava newspaper, the proposed group would include Hungarian, Czech, and Slovak parties outside any EP political group, as Pablo Gutierrez reports.

todayJune 27, 2024 8


Green parties suffer EU poll drubbing

      By Sam Reeves   Green parties suffered major losses in the EU elections, particularly in France and Germany, hit by growing discontent at the bloc's environmental push and by voters' shifting priorities. They had notched up their best ever results at the last European Parliament polls five years ago, which were accompanied by mass rallies over climate change. But the parties appeared to be the biggest losers […]

todayJune 10, 2024 10


Macron urges French to make ‘right choice’ in poll gamble

      By Alice Hackman and Stuart Williams   President Emmanuel Macron said Monday he was confident the French would make the "right choice" in snap elections he called after the far right crushed his centrist alliance in Sunday's EU ballot. His surprise move came after mainstream centrist parties kept an overall majority in the European Parliament in Sunday's poll, but the far right notched up a string of […]

todayJune 10, 2024 10


Emigration: The hidden catalyst behind the rise of the radical right in Europe’s depopulating regions

Smaller towns and villages in Sweden have suffered economically as a result of out-migration. Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images     By Rafaela Dancygier, Princeton University and David Laitin, Stanford University     Earlier this spring, the European Parliament voted to overhaul its immigration policy to more evenly distribute responsibility among member states for managing the arrival of migrants and asylum-seekers. Lurking in the details of the agreement, however, are provisions […]

todayJune 7, 2024 9


We polled EU citizens on what they want asylum policy to look like – their answers may surprise you

Asylum seekers arriving on the Greek island Lesvos in 2015. Nicolas Economou/Shutterstock     By Natalia Letki, University of Warsaw; Dawid Walentek, Ghent University; Peter Thisted Dinesen, University of Copenhagen, and Ulf Liebe, University of Warwick     The issues of migration and asylum are contentious in Europe, and have caused deep rifts among EU member states for years. These topics are fully on the agenda for the 2024 EU elections. […]

todayJune 6, 2024 11