Why Brexit is a massive smokescreen (and why Britain should leave nonetheless)
The actual challenge is not to cede national sovereignty to some mythical state of international economic integration, but to resist the corruption of the national policy-making process by shifts to technocracies and to ensure that the voting systems are not corrupted by lobbyists working in the interests of specific capital elites”.
David Cameron ‘toast within days’ if Britain votes to leave European Union, says Tory MP
"He has lied profoundly, and I think that is actually really at the heart of why Conservative MPs have been so angered”
Five migrants drown after boat capsizes off Libya coast
"Shortly afterwards the boat overturned due to overcrowding. The Bettica, which had arrived nearby, threw life-rafts and jackets to the migrants in the water"
When the EU Finances Far-Right Holocaust Revisionism
Those, who uphold and defend the European Union’s and the West’s values, must not help cover for the well-oiled “Soviet in style, nationalist in content” movement underway in the Eastern EU to mangle history.
Greece begins moving migrants from Idomeni camp
Greece has begun evacuating thousands of stranded migrants from the makeshift Idomeni camp on its northern border with Macedonia.
Will Austria vote for Freedom?
Austria’s Freedom party (FPÖ) won a rather predictable, but still powerful victory in the first round of the country’s presidential election.
BRITISH GENERAL SAYS A NUCLEAR WAR WITH RUSSIA IN 2017 IS “ENTIRELY PLAUSIBLE”
With tensions between Russia and the West at post-cold war highs, a former NATO deputy military chief is now saying that a nuclear war with Russia over the Baltic nations in 2017 is "entirely plausible" according to RT
A European Army? “Jawohl”
Merkel announced a surprising revival of the old dominant feeling of German supremacy, adding highly charged rhetoric and announcing that Berlin wants to play a larger role on the world stage.
Free-travel, terror law disputes threaten EU-Turkey deal
Free-travel and legal disputes have called an EU-Turkey refugee deal into question for politicians on both sides of the table. If the agreement fails, officials in Ankara threaten to reopen the migrant gates to Europe
Greek lawmakers vote for austerity as protests turn ugly
Greece's parliament has voted -- by a razor-thin margin -- to cut pensions and increase taxes ahead of a crucial meeting in Brussels
Angela Merkel Tells EU Leaders To Protect External Borders Or ‘Relapse Into Nationalism’
While the migrant crisis is raising Angela Merkel warns European politician to protect EU from nationalism.
EU group proposes visa-free travel for Turks in Europe
To go into effect, it must be approved by the European Council -- representatives of the 28 EU member countries -- and the European Parliament