(Islamic) terrorist attacks across Europe prompt questions about the relationship between terrorism and mental illness.
In the aftermath of Turkey’s failed coup attempt, society is divided and the country’s future uncertain.
Levels of violence increase as migrants continue to pout into Europe? Are authorities largely ignoring the safety and well-being of ordinary Europeans?
Canada’s Federal Court ruling appears to conflict sharply with the idea of Canadian multiculturalism and raises questions about the idea of integration.
While Europe has yet to formulate a collective approach to the migrant crisis, the situation shows that internal factors feed the growing problem.
Over the past several months, the politics in Greece have compelled many to reconsider the concepts of sovereignty and democracy in Europe.
As Hungary’s government moves forward in constructing its anti-migration security fence, the project attracts criticism in the face of a growing migration crisis.
Negotiations between the European Commission and the Tsipras government has put ordinary Greek citizens in an dangerous position but the future of Greece is not-so-uncertain.
Pakistan, often referred to as a “terror state,” has an intimate relationship with terrorism, playing victim, bystander, and perpetrator in the War on Terror.
As the policies of Hungary’s PM Orbán Viktor push the country closer toward autocracy, the EU fails bring Hungary in line with its fundamental values.