EU

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: The Eclipse of Europe

For centuries up to and including the 20th, Europe seemed the central pivot of world history. Then came the Great Civil War of the West, our Thirty Years’ War (1914-1945), where all of the great European powers — Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Russia — along with almost all of the rest, fought some of history’s

Immigration

In post-pandemic Europe, migrants will face digital fortress

As the world begins to travel again, Europe is sending migrants a loud message: Stay away! Greek border police are firing bursts of deafening noise from an armored truck over the frontier into Turkey. Mounted on the vehicle, the long-range acoustic device, or “sound cannon,” is the size of a small TV set but can

International

EU leaders agree on Belarus sanctions after plane diversion

The European Union agreed Monday to impose sanctions on Belarus, including banning its airlines from using the airspace and airports of the 27-nation bloc, amid fury over the forced diversion of a passenger jet to arrest an opposition journalist. Reacting to what EU leaders called a brazen “hijacking” of the Ryanair jetliner flying from Greece

Opinion

Opinion: Brexit and Its Endless Consequences for England and the EU

Although in the last month of 2020 the final agreement between London and Brussels seem to have reached a joint agreement on how to withdraw Britain from a united Europe, the differences that have arisen in recent weeks between Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government and leaders of the EU shows the pervasive crisis that the two sides

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