Europe Editor Matt Frei on Europe and the world.
Kiev today resembles a film set for a revolutionary movie, still looking for a suitable ending.
Outside the parliament, the crowd (tens of thousands of them) that have set up in Independence Square came here early this morning to provide an intimidating human backdrop to the parliamentarians sitting inside.
Faced with the Vietnam war and revelations of his serial philandering, the young, dashing JFK may well have ended his tenancy at the White House in failure and disgrace.
If you are stuck in a warzone like Syria and have the means, luck and courage to get out, then Sweden is not only the polar opposite to the country you’re running from – it is also the
New research has discovered that the actual number of Roma living in the UK is 200,000 higher than the original estimate of 225,000.
In Britain we are fascinated by the weather in the way that eunuchs are enthralled by tales of sex. We get so little of it.
Former electrician turned freedon fighter Lech Walesa led his country out of Soviet occupation and repression – but not everyone values his efforts.
As a second migrant boat tragedy unfolds in Italy, Europe Editor Matt Frei recalls going with the patrol boats – a “needle in a haystack” job.
The political realignment that follows the weekend’s election results could see a Merkel-led Germany gradually shifting towards a more pro-growth policy in Europe.
Angela Merkel is the undeniable victor of Germany’s election. But the result has created a period of instability in the country, for which Europe is to blame.
Europe Editor Matt Frei pops into Angela Merkel’s final campaign rally, to see why the self-deprecating physicist is still popular with the crowds.