Greeks are suffering for the sake of a political goal that should never have been started in the first place. The only way to end this suffering is to leave the Eurozone argues Alex Walker.
With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
A recent poster campaign by the UK Independence Party has led to run-away inflation in the egos of thousands of employees in menial, dead-end jobs.
Keshia Jacotine believes Britain should face up to its past and embrace a more positive relationship with the European Union
In this article Gregory Pichorowycz discusses the horrific events of the Holodomor in the Ukraine and why it should be deemed one of the significant events of the 20th century.
Gregory Pichorowycz ponders the motivation behind Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych’s decision to reject the EU Trade deal in favour of closer ties with Russia
Here, Sam Morris make several arguments as to why we shouldn’t prohibit the selling of illegal drugs, and instead the benefits that could come from government regulation of drugs
In this article Sara Mhaidli looks at the tensions and clashes between religious freedoms and the values and laws of states in Europe
Tom Maguire-Wright and Martin Percival look into what was exactly meant by Karl Marx’s famous views on religion, and the similarities and differences between the two
Gregory Pichorowycz looks at the rise of ‘Islamaphobia’ and analyses Islam’s place in Europe amidst contending notions