Europe

David Cameron is a decent man whose consensual style has worked well so far. But the fight of his life — on Europe — may yet undo him

Europeans have a duty to open their hearts to those in real need — but also to use their heads and beware of extremist infiltration

“The ultimate demographic impact on Europe of the present wave of migration is totally unpredictable”

British higher education could be the best in the world if the Tories follow the US model of private autonomy, not Europe’s statist model

It’s the political label that dares not speak its name in France. And Nicolas Sarkozy’s latest rebranding exercise will change nothing

As we mark the bicentenary of Waterloo, there is an alarming trend towards rehabilitating Napoleon

Our failure to face up to the Russian ruler could have dire consequences

“The sudden rise of Pegida suggests Germany hasn’t found a way to digest the idea of immigration.”

The economist’s legacy has been mostly disastrous