As Europe shuts out migrants, activists are pushing back

Europeans are uniting to defend migrants’ rights at the grassroots, developing “translocal” campaigns. In July, a nondescript blue vessel drifting along the Italian coast became the latest flashpoint in Europe’s “migration crisis.” For the people on board, mostly from African … Read More

Europe on brink of new refugee crisis ‘EVEN GREATER’ than 2015 – German Interior Minister

FILE PHOTO. ©  Global Look Press / Nicolas Economou Europe may soon face a massive inflow of refugees and migrants that will be even bigger than at the peak of the infamous crisis, Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has warned, urging … Read More

Who’s bluffing: Boris Johnson or the EU?

posted in: European Union, News

Boris Johnson Brussels believes that it has completed almost all the necessary no-deal planning, except it may try to organize improved communication between relevant national agencies and the EU Commission. It regards the idea being floated by many Brexiter MPs … Read More

US-EU trade agreement wins cautious welcome in Germany

posted in: Germany, News

BERLIN  Political and business leaders in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, on Thursday welcomed a deal to defuse trade tensions between the U.S. and the European Union, but relief was tempered with caution that details must still be firmed up. At … Read More