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Apr. 9, 2021
Why Tensions in Northern Ireland Have Reignited
Northern Ireland is seeing its worst violence in years, with anger over Brexit acting as fuel and a fight over COVID restrictions adding the spark.
Mar. 16, 2021
Europe’s Quest to Fix the Internet
The European Union’s new plan to rein in big tech could force gargantuan companies to behave fairly and reshape the internet around the globe.
Feb. 4, 2021
Trump Is Gone, But Europe Still Needs Some Space
While Europe welcomed Biden’s win, it still sees America as an unreliable friend. Pursuing independence from Washington is more appealing than ever.
Nov. 13, 2020
Brexit and Biden Rekindle Hopes for a United Ireland
With Britain leaving Europe and an Irish American president-elect, nationalists say their dream of Irish reunification may finally be within reach.
Oct. 31, 2020
How the Pandemic Dealt a Blow to Europe’s Far Right
COVID-19 led to setbacks for many far-right parties across Europe as issues like immigration receded and voters sought out competent leadership.
Sept. 16, 2020
Europe May Emerge From the Pandemic As a Stronger Union
COVID-19 threatened to exacerbate divisions in the E.U., but its recovery plan has raised hopes that this time, catastrophe will unite Europe.
Aug. 13, 2020
The European Cities Using the Pandemic As a Cure for Airbnb
With tourism at a low ebb, Lisbon, Barcelona, and other cities are moving to bring balance back to their housing market.
May 18, 2020
How Germany Is Saving Jobs During the Pandemic
The spike in unemployment in America was inevitable. Germany and many other countries in Western Europe have a program to protect workers and jobs.
Apr. 19, 2020
Bolsonaro’s War on the War on the Coronavirus
Brazil’s president has fired his health minister for taking strong measures against the coronavirus — and getting popular while doing so.
Apr. 1, 2020
Will the Coronavirus Tear Europe Apart?
Germany has ditched its economic playbook to confront the pandemic at home, but it’s not yet clear if it will do the same for its southern neighbors.
Feb. 14, 2020
The Left Takes Center Stage in Spain
Can a very unconventional coalition hold together?
Sept. 29, 2019
In the Shadow of Brexit, Labour Turns a Deeper Shade of Red
The party is hoping that campaigning on the four-day work week and nationalizing private schools is a better bet than running on Remain.
June 26, 2019
Revisiting Brazil’s Dizzying Fall Into Far-Right Rule
The Edge of Democracy
offers an intimate look at living through profound political changes that once seemed ridiculously impossible.
Feb. 16, 2016
How Brazil’s Gleeful Dark Humor Helps It Cope
Bad news can be, oddly, good news for the Brazilian internet and its armies of online comedians.