News in Europe: Good Clowns Gone Bad

Greetings! Here’s some Ebola-free news for you all. Read More News in Europe: Good Clowns Gone Bad

News in Europe: Royal Correspondence

Here’s something we tend to forget: There are still a lot of kings, queens and princes in Europe. Most of their citizens don’t actually give a toss about them, but countries who don’t have a monarchy have about 37 glossy weekly magazines dedicated to other nation’s monarchs. It’s been a busy week for them. Read More News in Europe: Royal Correspondence

News in Europe: Election Fallout Edition

Citizens of Europe, I despair of you. Well, some of you. The results of the elections for the European Parliament have not been wholly surprising, but the extent of anti-EU feeling across the continent is disheartening. Let’s have a look. Read More News in Europe: Election Fallout Edition

Why the European Election Matters

Later this week, 508 million Europeans from 28 member states of the EU will be able to vote for their Member of the European Parliament (MEP). I am just one of those people, and most of the technicalities of European politics will probably need to be explained to me again, but here’s why this election matters to me, and why it should matter to others, too. Read More Why the European Election Matters

News in Europe: Let’s Put Those Drones to Good Use

Citizens, did you miss the Ukraine updates? I’m sick of them, because whatever the news, it’s not good. Here they are anyway: Read More News in Europe: Let’s Put Those Drones to Good Use