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“We think that our country can only be strong if we stick to our identity, if we stick to our heritage when it comes to history, religion, or culture": Szijjarto

Hungary: EU Wrong to Push Aside Christianity and National Identity, ‘Parallel Societies’ Dangerous

Italy is in meltdown, Hungary in open revolt, and the US wants a trade war. Small wonder Europe’s leaders haven’t got much time for us.

Why Brexit is just a sideshow for an EU beset by problems on all sides.

Her throne will likely sit empty because Macron is the only leader with any desire to take it.

Angela Merkel is on her way out – and so is her vision for the EU.

British Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement on Brexit negotiations with the European Union, at 10 Downing Street in London, Sept. 21, 2018.

British PM May hits back at EU after Brexit rejection.

In this Friday, May 4, 2018 file photo migrants and refugees wait outside the European Asylum Support Service offices inside the camp of Moria on the northeastern Aegean island of Lesbos, Greece.

Slavery, sexual abuse and suicide: How Europe’s solutions to migration have created a humanitarian crisis.

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán (standing), recently said: "We need a new European Commission that is committed to the defense of Europe's borders."

Hungary Defiant in the Face of EU Censure

French Senate Gérard Larcher has criticised the EU.

EU IN CRISIS: French leader says Brussels being ‘crushed’ by its own bureaucracy.

Stung by Brexit and riven by disputes over refugees, the great enterprise is now teetering on the knife edge of either continental victory or possible retreat.

The revolt comes to Germany.

Ms Merkel has been granted a two-week grace before Mr Seehofer seeks to implement his tough new asylum laws.

Trump says Germany is turning on Merkel over migration ‘Big mistake made all over Europe!’

Angela Merkel could be replace as German Chancellor as soon as next week, claims Kai Whittaker.

‘We might have a new situation’ German MP predicts Merkel could be ousted end of next week.

The dawning of the Age of Aquarius.

When commentators bleat about the incoherence of Italian-style “left”/”right” coalitions, they’re missing the point.