German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks on next to French President Emmanuel Macron during an EU summit in Brussels on July 20, 2020 (JOHN THYS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

A continent divided by the pandemic

Ethan Lou: Back where I spent my childhood, the COVID-19 crisis has thrust an uncomfortable truth into the fore, that European solidarity is weakening

Canada’s Brexit talks with the U.K.: There are none

Paul Wells: Britain’s foreign secretary spewed encouraging words about Canada-U.K. relations after Brexit. Freeland didn’t need to say a thing.
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Note to self: don’t fear the anglosphere

Paul Wells on the diplomacy of embassy sharing

Bavaria = Quebec + Alberta. Could it go it alone?

A new, controversial book argues it should.
I need a holiday from my holiday

European benefits fly in the face of austerity

Those who get sick while on vacation may now be granted additional time off in lieu
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Britain and the EU: Should they stay or should they go?

If 100 Tory MPs get their way, a referendum will leave it to the public to decide.
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Greek elections: Take two

Nothing is yet settled, but the likely prospect of a pro-euro coalition has brought some comfort to other European leaders
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Hungary: Turning right–and fighting with the EU

Will controversial prime minister Viktor Orbán be forced to back down?