The frantic rush to get CETA signed has opened up a new front in the stop-Harper movement. The key to defeating CETA now lies with the junior levels of government, the provinces and municipalities.
With Germany occupying the dominant leadership position within the European Union, European economic and political prospects depend on an enlightened Germany: Europe has a German problem.
The most effective form of solidarity across Europe would be to learn from Syriza how to build in our own countries new kinds of political organization.
The Roma in Canada sincerely hope that when it comes to the refugee reform bill now before them, Senators will take to heart their role as members of the "chamber of sober second thought."
Across Spain, reports here confirm that hundreds of thousands of people have been marching under the slogan of 'We don't owe; we won't pay.'
Masses of people thronged Place de la Bastille -- symbolically representative of the French revolution -- to cheer the electoral victory May 6 of French Socialist Party candidate François Hollande.
The last of our three-part report on May Day in Spain: May 1 may have come and gone in Spain but the echoes of the mobilizations still remain.
On election day in Paris, Place de la Bastille (home of the left) was full and Place de la Concorde (home of the right) was empty. As sure a sign as any that the Socialist Party was about to win.
France celebrated the defeat of Sarkozy over the weekend. Similar scenes took place in Greece, as the left rode a wave of anti-austerity sentiment.
Today’s general election in Greece has turned out to be a historic turning point in Greek politics. Combing with the ouster of Sarkozy, this has implications for the whole of Europe.