The EU no longer serves the people, says former Greek finance minister Jannis Varoufakis. Others agree and have joined him in launching the Democracy in Europe Movement 2015, a new left-wing, pan-European movement aiming to democratize Europe.
The Greek people are paying dearly for having been lulled into a false sense of security, writes former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis. Germans, he says, are laboring under the same illusion today.
Andrej Babis, a Czech billionaire compared to Donald Trump for his attacks on established political parties and the EU, looks likely to become the country's next leader after elections. Tim Gosling reports from Prague.
Hashtags, blue and yellow balloons, manifestos: Thousands of people are celebrating Europe, online and on the streets. Pulse of Europe is getting lots of attention, but it's not the only such movement. DW takes a look.
The Social Democrat left his post as head of the European Parliament to challenge Angela Merkel. As he lags in the polls, Schulz holds on to the hope that his enthusiasm can convince voters to abandon "aloof" Merkel.
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