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Dual food quality: no East-West divide, but different compositions persist - EURACTIV
26 Jun 2019

Dual food quality: no East-West divide, but different compositions persist  EURACTIV

A report published by the European Commission's research body on Monday (24 June) found that there is no 'East-West food quality discrimination in Europe'.


A third of EU countries have same food brand, but different contents, says report - Euronews English
25 Jun 2019

A third of EU countries have same food brand, but different contents, says report  Euronews English

A report published by the European Commission showed that almost a third of branded foods sold in the bloc has the same or similar packaging, but different ...


Use Persian flavors to spice up your frittata - Minneapolis Star Tribune
26 Jun 2019

Use Persian flavors to spice up your frittata  Minneapolis Star Tribune

The farmers market serves as a good resource for stocking up on produce for this very *fresh* dish.


Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Eat Jewish Food - Thrillist
15 Jun 2019

Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Eat Jewish Food  Thrillist

The younger generation is putting a new spin on classic dishes.


6 Cilantro Substitutes for People Who Hate the Stuff - Real Simple
25 Jun 2019

6 Cilantro Substitutes for People Who Hate the Stuff  Real Simple

Love it or loathe it, cilantro evokes passionate feelings. Find out the scientific reason you hate cilantro, plus the best cilantro substitutes to use.


LA Cooks Itself: On Aleksandra Crapanzano's “EAT. COOK. LA” and Elisa Callow's “The Urban Forager” - lareviewofbooks
25 Jun 2019

LA Cooks Itself: On Aleksandra Crapanzano's “EAT. COOK. LA” and Elisa Callow's “The Urban Forager”  lareviewofbooks

LOS ANGELES'S FIRST COOKBOOKS were published in the late 1800s, when the valley was covered in wheat and citrus farms, and vineyards still stretched ...


A Culinary Adventure Through Istanbul - The Epoch Times
26 Jun 2019

A Culinary Adventure Through Istanbul  The Epoch Times

Istanbul remains one of the finest places on earth to find a good meal.


Recent research: Botanical Flavors Market highly favorable to the growth rate by 2027 - Market Reports
26 Jun 2019

Recent research: Botanical Flavors Market highly favorable to the growth rate by 2027  Market Reports

Botanical flavors are extracts from fruits, leaves, flowers, seeds, barks, spices and from many other plant materials. Botanical flavors have wide application in ...


Absinthe Market Overview, Top Key Players, Industry Growth Analysis & Forecast 2027 - Financial Planning
26 Jun 2019

Absinthe Market Overview, Top Key Players, Industry Growth Analysis & Forecast 2027  Financial Planning

The global Absinthe market has witnessed changing patterns of consumer demand in the recent times. This research study is an attempt to understand the ...


This new Highlands café blends the owners' Euro-Asian heritage with a Gen-Z vibe - Courier Journal
18 Jun 2019

This new Highlands café blends the owners' Euro-Asian heritage with a Gen-Z vibe  Courier Journal

Shahar Cafe in the Highlands is a new Euro-Asian concept from a Louisville immigrant family, being run by two young siblings.


Iran President calls Trump's new sanctions against supreme leader 'outrageous and idiotic' - Yahoo News
25 Jun 2019

Iran President calls Trump's new sanctions against supreme leader 'outrageous and idiotic'  Yahoo News

Iran's president said that the U.S. sanctions mean ''permanent closure'' for diplomacy between the two nations.


Trump administration moving hundreds of migrant children away from border facility described as squalid, unsanitary - Yahoo News
25 Jun 2019

Trump administration moving hundreds of migrant children away from border facility described as squalid, unsanitary  Yahoo News

The Trump administration is moving hundreds of migrant children from a Texas border patrol facility where they were held in conditions described as squalid and ...


Here's what FiveThirtyEight is watching for during the debates - Yahoo News
26 Jun 2019

Here's what FiveThirtyEight is watching for during the debates  Yahoo News

FiveThirtyEight staff will preview the Democratic debates this week and will discuss what they will be looking out for during the two nights.


Natural Goodness launched in Malaysia - Fruitnet
07 Jun 2019

Natural Goodness launched in Malaysia  Fruitnet

Some of Europe's top apple producers came to Malaysia to bring Natural Goodness to the country.


Adelaide Dishes We Can’t Live Without - Broadsheet
18 Jun 2019

Adelaide Dishes We Can’t Live Without  Broadsheet

From seven of our city's most-loved institutions come seven signature dishes that have stood the test of time.


Eastern Europe’s rise from bargain basement to soaring ambition - The Guardian
10 Feb 2019

Eastern Europe’s rise from bargain basement to soaring ambition  The Guardian

Pinot Noir, Romania 2017 (£5.99, Waitrose) Wine from eastern Europe is still very much in the 'only if you're completely broke' aisle of the wine shop. And, to be ...


Saudi minister says Kushner's plan could succeed if there is 'hope of peace' - Yahoo News
26 Jun 2019

Saudi minister says Kushner's plan could succeed if there is 'hope of peace'  Yahoo News

Saudi Arabia's minister of state said that an economic plan presented by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner for the Palestinian territories could succeed ...


9 Eastern European recipes that'll warm you up inside - The Washington Post
12 Jan 2017

9 Eastern European recipes that'll warm you up inside  The Washington Post

Like clockwork, the slightest chill of January air signals that the time is right for hearty, warming and comforting foods. (Even if the chill is temporary and the area ...


Eastern European companies fear 'chaos' of no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
13 Feb 2019

Eastern European companies fear 'chaos' of no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

Trade with central and eastern Europe already affected and local GDP could shrink by 5%


Europe's south and east worry more about emigration than immigration – poll - The Guardian
01 Apr 2019

Europe's south and east worry more about emigration than immigration – poll  The Guardian

Southern and eastern European countries are more concerned about emigration than immigration, according to a wide-ranging survey of attitudes in 14 EU ...


Child mental health: UK provision 'worse than in much of eastern Europe' - The Guardian
28 Apr 2019

Child mental health: UK provision 'worse than in much of eastern Europe'  The Guardian

Research places UK behind countries such as Estonia and Latvia in numbers of hospital places and psychiatrists.


Poles will return east to higher wages and jobs, and UK will lose out - The Guardian
24 Feb 2019

Poles will return east to higher wages and jobs, and UK will lose out  The Guardian

A perception had built up over the decade leading to Brexit that Britain was a country out of control. Brussels bureaucrats controlled our lives and money.


Traditional Armenian Dishes You Must Try - Fodor's Travel
06 Oct 2018

Traditional Armenian Dishes You Must Try  Fodor's Travel

To the uninitiated, eating in Armenia can be discombobulating. One meal you could be spooning tabbouleh onto flatbread and licking tahini off your fingers, ...


Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle Eastern recipes - The Guardian
22 Sep 2018

Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle Eastern recipes  The Guardian

Beef skewers with dried limes, a version of spiced rice found across the Arabian Gulf – and a *fresh*, crunchy salad to counteract its richness. Yotam Ottolenghi.


Why Trump and his team want to wipe out the EU - The Guardian
18 Feb 2019

Why Trump and his team want to wipe out the EU  The Guardian

Mike Pompeo's wooing of eastern Europe is part of a wider ideological battle, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.


Sweet, Sour and Brilliantly Red - The New York Times
22 Feb 2019

Sweet, Sour and Brilliantly Red  The New York Times

This clean, lighter-tasting vegetarian take on Eastern European borscht walks the line between sweet and sour.


European elections: how does the voting system work? - The Guardian
21 May 2019

European elections: how does the voting system work?  The Guardian

Members of the EU – including the UK after the delay in Brexit – go to the polls from Thursday to Sunday.


Europe’s far-right leaders unite with a vow to ‘change history’ - The Guardian
18 May 2019

Europe’s far-right leaders unite with a vow to ‘change history’  The Guardian

Matteo Salvini and Marine Le Pen are joining with allies to create what may be the third-largest bloc in the European parliament. Angela Giuffrida. Sat 18 May ...


How China hit a roadblock on its way to central and eastern Europe - South China Morning Post
17 Mar 2019

How China hit a roadblock on its way to central and eastern Europe  South China Morning Post

When the leaders of China and 16 countries in central and eastern Europe gather in Dubrovnik in southern Croatia early next month, Beijing will be looking to ...


European election latest results 2019: across the UK | Politics - The Guardian
26 May 2019

European election latest results 2019: across the UK | Politics  The Guardian

Full results as each of the UK's 12 regions elect new MEPs. Can the Brexit party, Liberal Democrats and Greens take ground from the Conservative and Labour ...


Poland-Israel tensions rise over ‘Nazi link’ claims - The Guardian
17 Feb 2019

Poland-Israel tensions rise over ‘Nazi link’ claims  The Guardian

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempts to build friendly relations with central European nations are being tested, on the eve of a Jerusalem summit ...


No place like home: eastern Europeans in the West Midlands – in pictures - The Guardian
24 May 2019

No place like home: eastern Europeans in the West Midlands – in pictures  The Guardian

Jon Tonks' Stories of Home is a study of central and eastern European communities living in the Sandwell district of the West Midlands, home to the UK's biggest ...


European elections: your guide to the vote you never expected - The Guardian
12 May 2019

European elections: your guide to the vote you never expected  The Guardian

With 'Brexit Day' 29 March long gone, Britain gears up for an election it did not think it would participate in. Here is what you need to know before 23 May.


What's cooking Into the Frying Pan: 9 Top Russian Cookbooks What better way to spend the - The Moscow Times
20 Apr 2019

What's cooking Into the Frying Pan: 9 Top Russian Cookbooks What better way to spend the  The Moscow Times

What better way to spend the weekend than reading about, cooking and eating great Russian food?


Why we must not let Europe break apart - The Guardian
09 May 2019

Why we must not let Europe break apart  The Guardian

It's time to sound the alarm. Seven decades after the end of the second world war on European soil, the Europe we have built since then is under attack. As the ...


Jewish Hunger From The USSR To US In 'Savage Feast' - Forward
26 Feb 2019

Jewish Hunger From The USSR To US In 'Savage Feast'  Forward

Boris Fishman's "Savage Feast," a memoir of Soviet Belarus, immigration to the United States and food, is about several kinds of hunger.


Antisemitism rising sharply across Europe, latest figures show - The Guardian
15 Feb 2019

Antisemitism rising sharply across Europe, latest figures show  The Guardian

Antisemitism is rising sharply across Europe, experts have said, as France reported a 74% increase in the number of offences against Jews last year and ...


How to make sure you can vote in the UK's European elections - The Guardian
29 Apr 2019

How to make sure you can vote in the UK's European elections  The Guardian

UK, Commonwealth and EU citizens can vote in the May European parliamentary elections, but you must be registered by Tuesday 7 May.


Greece eyes China-led group with Central, Eastern European nations - South China Morning Post
11 Apr 2019

Greece eyes China-led group with Central, Eastern European nations  South China Morning Post

Source says Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has expressed his desire to join cooperation platform, whose annual summit gets under way in Dubrovnik on Friday.


Populism isn’t the biggest threat to the EU – it’s the east-west divide - The Guardian
15 May 2019

Populism isn’t the biggest threat to the EU – it’s the east-west divide  The Guardian

As the EU elections approach, the Brussels bubble is focused on the future make-up of the European parliament. According to some pundits, MEPs from ...


European elections: I'm pro-remain, how should I vote? - The Guardian
09 May 2019

European elections: I'm pro-remain, how should I vote?  The Guardian

It's difficult because there are so many pro-remain parties vying for your vote. The Lib Dems, Change UK, the SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Green party are all ...


The Guardian view on Greens in Europe: hopeful signs - The Guardian
21 May 2019

The Guardian view on Greens in Europe: hopeful signs  The Guardian

Editorial: An enlarged Green group in the European parliament would drive climate policy forward, and prove that the activism of recent months has been ...


European powers to present cool front at Warsaw summit - The Guardian
12 Feb 2019

European powers to present cool front at Warsaw summit  The Guardian

Lack of participation at Middle East event reflects anger over US policy on Iran and Syria.


Europe urged to reject US Middle East plan if it is unfair to Palestinians - The Guardian
14 Apr 2019

Europe urged to reject US Middle East plan if it is unfair to Palestinians  The Guardian

High-ranking former European politicians have condemned the Trump administration's one-sided Israel-Palestine policy and called in a letter for Europe to reject ...


Net migration to UK from EU falls to lowest level in 10 years - The Guardian
28 Feb 2019

Net migration to UK from EU falls to lowest level in 10 years  The Guardian

Net migration of EU migrants to the UK has dropped to its lowest level for almost a decade, as eastern European citizens choose to leave or stay away.


Europe’s forests threatened by biodiversity collapse, warn campaigners - The Guardian
04 Mar 2019

Europe’s forests threatened by biodiversity collapse, warn campaigners  The Guardian

Logging in Poland's Vistula lagoon described by experts as part of a 'war on nature' across the continent's ancient forests. Arthur Neslen. Mon 4 Mar 2019 09.04 ...


Stark east-west divide in attitudes towards minorities in Europe - The Guardian
29 Oct 2018

Stark east-west divide in attitudes towards minorities in Europe  The Guardian

Report also flags gulf in attitudes on nationalism, abortion, gay rights and more.


European elections: tactical voting and strategic thinking for remainers - The Guardian
20 May 2019

European elections: tactical voting and strategic thinking for remainers  The Guardian

Letters: Labour-supporting readers advise others on whether they should stick with the party in Thursday's poll or vote for another party as suggested by ...


Putting a Fresh Spin on Traditional Georgian Cooking at Pirosmani - The New York Times
07 Mar 2019

Putting a Fresh Spin on Traditional Georgian Cooking at Pirosmani  The New York Times

Just before dinner is over at Pirosmani in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, the waiter will clear everyone's plates, and first-timers may worry that the kitchen has ...


European elections 2019: Tories unlikely to deliver on Brexit, says Farage – as it happened - The Guardian
27 May 2019

European elections 2019: Tories unlikely to deliver on Brexit, says Farage – as it happened  The Guardian

We're going to close down this live blog now. Thanks for reading and commenting. Here's a summary of what's happened as the results of Thursday's vote were ...


What are the European elections and how do they work? - The Guardian
19 May 2019

What are the European elections and how do they work?  The Guardian

From understanding the proportional representation system to voting tactically, here are the key facts.


Slovakia's first female president hails victory for progressive values - The Guardian
31 Mar 2019

Slovakia's first female president hails victory for progressive values  The Guardian

The woman who has been elected Slovakia's first female president said her victory showed “you can win without attacking your opponents”, after fighting a ...


Europe's far-right divided over Russia as Salvini stages pre-election rally in Milan - The Guardian
17 May 2019

Europe's far-right divided over Russia as Salvini stages pre-election rally in Milan  The Guardian

Italy's deputy leader gathers nationalists in Milan but pro-Russia stance leaves allies split.


I’ve always backed Labour. But on Thursday, I will vote Green for the first time - The Guardian
17 May 2019

I’ve always backed Labour. But on Thursday, I will vote Green for the first time  The Guardian

My vote for the Green party in the European elections is a vote for a commitment to a better future – and a vote against Brexit, says Guardian columnist Rhiannon ...


For millions of Europeans, the war did not end in 1918 - The Guardian
06 Nov 2018

For millions of Europeans, the war did not end in 1918  The Guardian

Western European narratives of the armistice is not the only one, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.


Mapping the history of Odessa in 10 delicious dishes - Roads and Kingdoms
07 Nov 2018

Mapping the history of Odessa in 10 delicious dishes  Roads and Kingdoms

Odessa—Ukraine's third most populous city, on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea—has had a relatively short but eventful history. It blossomed from a ...


Europe at risk from spread of tropical insect-borne diseases - The Guardian
14 Apr 2019

Europe at risk from spread of tropical insect-borne diseases  The Guardian

Insect-borne diseases such as dengue fever, leishmaniasis and encephalitis are on the rise and are now threatening to spread into many areas of Europe, ...


ISO: Your pierogie recipes - Allentown Morning Call
01 Feb 2019

ISO: Your pierogie recipes  Allentown Morning Call

ISO: The Morning Call wants your recipes for homemade pierogies.


Jeremy Corbyn urges voters to discard labels of leave and remain - The Guardian
09 May 2019

Jeremy Corbyn urges voters to discard labels of leave and remain  The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn has again rebuffed the demands of many of his own activists for Labour to become the party of remain at the European elections later this month, ...


The Melbourne bakeries that tell a story of Jewish migration - BBC News
14 Jan 2019

The Melbourne bakeries that tell a story of Jewish migration  BBC News

Australia's largest Jewish community is found in Melbourne. Numbering 50,000, many are descendants of Holocaust survivors and refugees from eastern ...


Skills shortages harming UK business, employers warn - The Guardian
13 Nov 2018

Skills shortages harming UK business, employers warn  The Guardian

Britain's employers have warned that severe skills shortages are holding back the economy after the latest official figures showed the biggest fall in the number ...


Business Booms for Sephardic Food - Tablet Magazine
21 May 2019

Business Booms for Sephardic Food  Tablet Magazine

Women are leading the way as small businesses bring traditional recipes to the commercial marketplace.


A new wave of dissidents in the east can turn back Europe’s populist tide - The Guardian
22 Nov 2018

A new wave of dissidents in the east can turn back Europe’s populist tide  The Guardian

There is democratic resistance in the hotbeds of authoritarianism, says the Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.


EU declares migration crisis over as it hits out at 'fake news' - The Guardian
06 Mar 2019

EU declares migration crisis over as it hits out at 'fake news'  The Guardian

The European commission has declared the migration crisis over, as it sharpened its attack on “fake news” and “misinformation” about the issue.


One heritage, one story: that’s not the Europe we know - The Guardian
17 Apr 2019

One heritage, one story: that’s not the Europe we know  The Guardian

Our continent's past is made up of many varied stories. Only by examining and accepting this can we secure our future, say Thomas Serrier, Stéphane ...


50 of the world's best desserts - CNN
30 Nov 2018

50 of the world's best desserts  CNN

From Black Forest cake in Germany to kulfi in India, take a look at the 50 best desserts around the world.


MEPs back plans to cut funds for EU states who weaken rule of law - The Guardian
17 Jan 2019

MEPs back plans to cut funds for EU states who weaken rule of law  The Guardian

The European parliament has backed plans to cut EU funds to member states that undermine the rule of law or allow corruption to fester – a move that could ...


Why freedom of movement is causing divisions – across Europe - The Guardian
16 Jan 2019

Why freedom of movement is causing divisions – across Europe  The Guardian

The EU must crack down on exploitation of 'posted workers', says academic Ines Wagner.


Forget Brexit, war in Ukraine is the biggest threat to Europe - The Guardian
26 Nov 2018

Forget Brexit, war in Ukraine is the biggest threat to Europe  The Guardian

Eastern Europe is a tinderbox, writes Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins.


Europe is a dysfunctional family, but divorce is not the answer - The Guardian
04 Apr 2019

Europe is a dysfunctional family, but divorce is not the answer  The Guardian

Brexit is not inevitable. For the sake of our children, let's stay and fight for a better EU, says author Michael Morpurgo.


Our manifesto to save Europe from itself - The Guardian
09 Dec 2018

Our manifesto to save Europe from itself  The Guardian

We need to reduce inequality within countries and invest in the future of all Europeans, says economist Thomas Piketty.


Angst, grief, pain: Europe is in turmoil as extremists form new alliances - The Guardian
13 Jan 2019

Angst, grief, pain: Europe is in turmoil as extremists form new alliances  The Guardian

A real menace looms as we fret about Brexit and Germany and France sign symbolic accords.


'The only game in town to stop Brexit': readers on tactical voting - The Guardian
10 May 2019

'The only game in town to stop Brexit': readers on tactical voting  The Guardian

The best of your discussion and suggestions as Gina Miller joined readers to debate her European election campaign.


The EU’s response to Russia must be bold and unanimous - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

The EU’s response to Russia must be bold and unanimous  The Guardian

It was always just a matter of time before the smouldering conflict between Russia and Ukraine in the Sea of Azov, a body of water to the north-east of Crimea, ...


20 great boutique music festivals in Europe for 2019 - The Guardian
01 May 2019

20 great boutique music festivals in Europe for 2019  The Guardian

Small but mighty, here's our pick of the best music and arts festivals around Europe this summer.


Europe's Greens ready to be kingmakers in EU elections - The Guardian
19 May 2019

Europe's Greens ready to be kingmakers in EU elections  The Guardian

Europe's Greens are on course for their strongest showing to date in next week's European elections – and could find themselves kingmakers in a newly ...


Five of Europe's best wildernesses for spotting big beasts - The Guardian
07 Oct 2018

Five of Europe's best wildernesses for spotting big beasts  The Guardian

Even on our crowded continent there are remote regions where you can still spot bears, bison, lynx, wolves and more. Rhiannon Batten. Sun 7 Oct 2018 06.00 ...


Why Beijing is on a mission to quell Europe’s fears about China - South China Morning Post
22 Mar 2019

Why Beijing is on a mission to quell Europe’s fears about China  South China Morning Post

When Chinese President Xi Jinping lands in Europe on Thursday, China will have already sent one big signal that it is trying to improve ties with the 28-member ...


The Observer view on Brexit and the future of Europe - The Guardian
25 Nov 2018

The Observer view on Brexit and the future of Europe  The Guardian

The intense inwards focus in Westminster on last-minute Brexit dramas has tended to obscure the dire impact on Europe itself of Britain's decision to leave the ...


The yeast from the east: six wines to try from eastern Europe - The Guardian
18 Jun 2018

The yeast from the east: six wines to try from eastern Europe  The Guardian

Wine drinkers are looking further afield to beat price rises in more prestigious regions, and there are rich pickings to be found in countries such as Slovenia, ...


Brussels on Brexit: would EU leaders say yes to an extension? - The Guardian
02 Apr 2019

Brussels on Brexit: would EU leaders say yes to an extension?  The Guardian

Weary of the deadlock in Westminster, European leaders are still hoping to avoid no deal.


Respect key EU values, Croatian envoy says as China expands belt and road - South China Morning Post
24 Apr 2019

Respect key EU values, Croatian envoy says as China expands belt and road  South China Morning Post

China should adhere to the European Union's key principles as it seeks to expand its influence in Central and Eastern Europe, according to the Croatian ...


'Zaitoun': Recipes From The Palestinian Kitchen - NPR
12 Feb 2019

'Zaitoun': Recipes From The Palestinian Kitchen  NPR

NPR's David Greene talks to food writer and human rights campaigner Yasmin Khan about her latest cookbook, and the travels that inspired a collection of ...


Hillary Clinton: Europe must curb immigration to stop rightwing populists - The Guardian
22 Nov 2018

Hillary Clinton: Europe must curb immigration to stop rightwing populists  The Guardian

Europe and centre left everywhere need tougher approach to phenomenon that fuelled Trump and Brexit, says Clinton.


Matteo Salvini: vote for nationalists to stop European caliphate - The Guardian
02 May 2019

Matteo Salvini: vote for nationalists to stop European caliphate  The Guardian

Matteo Salvini, Italy's most powerful politician, has said Europe will become an “Islamic caliphate” unless nationalist parties make gains in the European ...


Europe must stand by the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine - The Guardian
14 Apr 2019

Europe must stand by the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine  The Guardian

Letter: High-ranking former European politicians urge the EU to reject any US Middle East peace plan unless it is fair to Palestinians.


US fundamentalists spent £38m on European politics - The Guardian
28 Mar 2019

US fundamentalists spent £38m on European politics  The Guardian

US Christian fundamentalist groups have spent over $50m (£38m) in Europe over the past decade, and have dramatically ramped up campaigning in recent ...


These elections could define Europe. It must urgently rediscover its founding spirit - The Guardian
20 May 2019

These elections could define Europe. It must urgently rediscover its founding spirit  The Guardian

Facing challenges from Russia, China and the US, the continent can no longer neglect its core values of peace and human rights, says Guardian columnist ...


Lib Dems launch EU election campaign with 'Stop Brexit' message - The Guardian
26 Apr 2019

Lib Dems launch EU election campaign with 'Stop Brexit' message  The Guardian

The Liberal Democrats launched their European election campaign on Friday in east London with a simple message, Stop Brexit, but expressed disappointment ...


Europe is in the grip of a cult of identity. But we can fight back - The Guardian
28 Nov 2018

Europe is in the grip of a cult of identity. But we can fight back  The Guardian

The far right claim we're heading for a clash of civilisations. The rest of us must defend our democratic freedom, says French civil servant Chloé Ridel.


A New Bakery With Global Delights - The New York Times
06 May 2019

A New Bakery With Global Delights  The New York Times

Michaeli Bakery, which opens Thursday at the edge of the Lower East Side, has a multinational array of baked goods, with a nod to some Jewish classics like ...


How theatre can help to reawaken our faith in Europe - The Guardian
15 May 2019

How theatre can help to reawaken our faith in Europe  The Guardian

Some things appear in waves, others in shocks – lightning rods of clarity. My sense of how theatre might be able to deepen our understanding of what Europe is ...


Chinese premier says Beijing hopes for a ‘united and prosperous Europe’ - South China Morning Post
08 Apr 2019

Chinese premier says Beijing hopes for a ‘united and prosperous Europe’  South China Morning Post

China wants to work with the European Union on issues from climate change to trade, Premier Li Keqiang wrote in a German newspaper before a summit next ...


Austria’s crisis is a lesson for Europe: far-right parties are unfit to govern - The Guardian
23 May 2019

Austria’s crisis is a lesson for Europe: far-right parties are unfit to govern  The Guardian

The Freedom party is destroying public trust in democracy, says the Austrian journalist Julie Ebner.


Huawei spy case threatens China’s drive to win over Eastern Europe - South China Morning Post
14 Jan 2019

Huawei spy case threatens China’s drive to win over Eastern Europe  South China Morning Post

Latest controversy surrounding Chinese telecoms giant could hit Beijing's efforts to boost its presence in the region.


'The way the EU treated the UK opened my eyes': Bolsover's Brexit - The Guardian
08 Jan 2019

'The way the EU treated the UK opened my eyes': Bolsover's Brexit  The Guardian

The Derbyshire town, Dennis Skinner's constituency, voted to leave by over 70% – and has had no change of heart.


EU citizens denied vote in European elections to sue UK government - The Guardian
25 May 2019

EU citizens denied vote in European elections to sue UK government  The Guardian

The government is facing the prospect of being sued by campaigners for EU citizens in the UK and British nationals abroad who were denied a vote in the ...


European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 2021 - The Guardian
26 Mar 2019

European parliament votes to scrap daylight saving time from 2021  The Guardian

The European parliament has voted to scrap the twice-a-year custom of changing the clocks by an hour in spring and autumn by 2021, leaving only national ...


Could Angela Merkel’s successor be Europe’s saviour? - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

Could Angela Merkel’s successor be Europe’s saviour?  The Guardian

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is a decisive pro-European who will fight to preserve the EU, says German journalist Alan Posener.


Facing up to Europe's far right – podcast | News - The Guardian
15 May 2019

Facing up to Europe's far right – podcast | News  The Guardian

The EU elections, beginning on 23 May, are a test for Europe's mainstream parties as populists appear to be gaining momentum with stark anti-immigration ...


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