The ghost of the tough Brexit in Britain, the riots of the "yellow vests" in France, the opposition of the Italian "friends of Putin" and the European bureaucrats, the protracted crisis in Greece - all this does not mean the decline of Europe,
Last weekend in Sweden held parliamentary elections, which were marked by unprecedented success for the nationalists. The party "Swedish Democrats" scored 18%, improving its previous result by 5%.
Matteo Salvini's first visit to Moscow as Minister of the Interior of Italy ended
World media discuss the decision of the Italian president to block the formation of the government, proposed by the coalition of Eurosceptics from the parties "League" and "5 stars".
The Hungarian Prime Minister and the chairman of the FIDESZ-Hungarian Civic Union party, Victor Orban, announced the victory of the ruling coalition in the parliamentary elections held on April 8. The turnout was unprecedentedly large, and the ruling party managed to recruit the majority of votes in the parliament.
The results of the parliamentary elections in Italy amazed even experienced experts.
Taking part in the forum of anti-immigrant parties in Europe in Prague, Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front, said that the EU ” leads the continent to its death ” and must be “destroyed from the inside”.
The most serious contradictions between the high and low classes have beenhighlighted inthe latest report of Chatham House - an influential British Royal Institute of International Affairs - on the prospects of the European Union.
The handling of the post EU referendum has been pitifully slow and bumbling for two main reasons: the first, which is obvious, no-one close to the reins of power actually wants to leave and the second is the belief that Britain must secure a free
In the German press, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was called infinitely good - "Die Unkaputtbare". But not only German-speaking citizens can appreciate the beauty of this definition.