Protesters are demanding a larger share of the nation’s prosperity — a reality check for its celebrated economic model.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s war is an ethnonationalist attack on Kurds and their aspirations.
The United States and Europe are erroneously banking on sanctioning Turkey to contain the fallout in Syria.
Renters affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas are criticizing the recovery effort, saying that state and federal officials cut them out of $5 billion in aid and focused instead on homeowners.
Lobbing grave allegations without evidence, combing for evidence after arrests and prolonging detention have become standard practices.
Countries have clashed in recent years over how — and where — to tax companies that operate across borders, particularly those that sell online.
The lion's share of the current Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) spending is substantially unaffected by material errors, while a quarter of rural development EU aids are partially wrongly attributed, according to the European Court of Auditors (ECA) last report.
And conservatives could be the big winners.
Air travel is not the only threat to life on earth, but it is a useful barometer of runaway economic growth and development that, if allowed to continue unmitigated, will irreparably harm the planet, writes Jonathan Gornall.
Some staff members at the Bronx group home hit and kicked residents, gave them cold showers and left patients with black eyes and bruises.
Mr. Olson argued for the winning sides in Bush v. Gore and Citizens United and was a leader in the fight for a right to same-sex marriage.
Laws that criminalize “immoral” behavior in Morocco and elsewhere aren’t about ethics. They’re tools for state control.
Over this special series on the UN climate action summit (23 September) and SDGs summit (24-25 September), EURACTIV gives you a glimpse into the goings on in New York and what is driving the conversation there. In this edition: A radical change of the food system, climate adaptation, dozing commerce secretary and World Heritage.
To get the credits, 12 companies all threatened to leave New Jersey for the same office complex in New York. None followed through.
Over this special series on the UN climate action summit (23-25 September), EURACTIV gives you a glimpse into the goings on in New York and what is driving the conversation there. In this edition: What’s at stake, who’s coming, who's not, and what corporations have planned.
The slow pace of government aid has left Americans more vulnerable to Hurricane Dorian and other storms. Climate change is making the problem worse.