In Mumbai, thousands rally in anger against Muslims.
Wendell Berry’s stories are an effective evocation of the world he loves and wishes to defend; as one friend put it to me: “His stories make me love what I should love and hate what I should hate.”
Plans to reform the deportation process and open the pathway of regularisation to illegal immigration are likely to be opposed by the French Right and Left.
Two more left-wing MEPs find their protection lifted, as investigation into one of the EU’s biggest corruption scandals grows.
The feminist organisation received over €20,000 from the ministry of equality in “grants intended to support the associative and foundational movement at the state level.”
The Council of State sided with Christians on the issue and stated that a total ban on conversion therapy would also violate people’s freedom to choose their own therapy.
Top executives at companies like ExxonMobil have condemned ‘windfall’ profit taxes as not only unlawful but counter-productive.
Both leaders discussed the EU’s response to recently announced American subsidies with Michel praising Italy’s role in protecting Europe’s southern frontier.
Ukraine’s prime minister expects his country to clear the pre-entry stage of negotiations by the end of the year, but EU officials remain skeptical. Still much needs to be reformed in Ukraine’s public sector before the country can join the EU.
Several political notables—from Germany and other European states—have been quick to distance themselves from Baerbock’s comments.
Global defense cooperation is needed to address mounting security challenges, as the future of the rules-based international order is at stake, warned the secretary general.
All members of the NATO alliance are expected to reach the benchmark of spending at least 2% of GDP on defense by the year 2024.