The pervasive issue of human-induced climate change has been hotting up again lately.
Eleven "new" and two "old" countries of the European Union took the initiative to accelerate the process of expanding the community through the admission of Albania and Northern Macedonia.
Even before the USSR ceased to exist with the faith of millions of people in the possibility of building socialism in a separate part of the world, Europe saw the dark neoliberal coming. At the end of the crisis of the 1970s.
The Hungarian-American Billionaire George Soros is in the cross hairs of a campaign by the Hungarian government. Is it “antisemitic” to criticize the finance tycoon – or is he a danger for the European continent and the world?
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,