This is a selection of the best from our European elections coverage. Please head here for our more recent coverage of the aftermath of the European elections.
Whatever happened to the European elections debate? Nada. It's not as if there isn't plenty for Europeans to talk about. What about EU surveillance? Or the rise of an exclusionary 'National Us' across Europe? Doesn't it matter? What about austerity policies impoverishing vast swathes of Europe - don't we care? Well - then - shouldn't we talk about voter apathy? Or is it European rabbits caught in the headlights we should be talking about? A special Can Europe make it? series.
The abolition of freedom of movement within the EU, regarded as one of the central achievements of the European project, is not only a real possibility, but an emerging reality. But so is the fightback.
Mass surveillance does not follow the vertical logic of pure state surveillance as imagined by Orwell. Rather, it is diagonal – building on the information we voluntarily disclose to engage in our own "surveillance" of online friends. From our 'Joining the dots on state surveillance' series.
The post-war mantra of ‘let’s cooperate rather than invade each other’ has lost its relevance for younger generations. Read more from our You Tell Us bloggers on apathy here.
Is the nation-state still the most viable form of political community or have the pressures of globalization reduced its possibility to maintain the well-being of its citizens in such a manner that we should look to a larger community of reciprocal solidarity, namely Europe?