The risk to Europe is a perpetuation of crisis by
implacable erosion, and with this the abdication of political institutions from
protecting the interests of citizens that they are responsible for and to.
Can Turkey's government eschew gender equality, demonise the country's dynamic women's movement, and still prevent
gender-based violence? Can a party that rejects gender equality be a force for democratisation?
Jean Seaton’s latest
history of the BBC is mired by typos, inconsistencies and factual errors.
Far from incidental, this is symptomatic of a broader carelessness that ultimately undermines her analysis.
After a last minute electoral upset, Israeli Prime Minster Benyamin Netanyahu will almost certainly form a new government. What does a fourth term for Bibi mean for Israel, Palestine and the wider region?
As UKIP seeks to instil discipline amongst its cadres, it finds itself
walking a thin line between maintaining the populist rhetoric that harnessed
its appeal to the “left-behind” and building a more polished, mainstream image.