When terror strikes the populist leaders cash in

Adnan R. Khan: In Turkey, Europe and the U.S., both white nationalist and radical Islamist terrorism are part of the same self-reinforcing system
Germany Europe Nationalists

The meaning of a meeting of Europe’s leading nationalist minds

In Koblenz, Germany, the leaders of Europe’s nationalist movement unite for an awkward political spectacle

Europe’s far-right coalition in the works

Dutch firebrand Geert Wilders has been busy forging an angry alliance of far-right nationalist parties
Credit card tricks

Why Canada’s household debt problem could get worse

It’s easier to spend today when you know you don’t have to worry about saving for tomorrow

Jama Warsame is a citizen of nowhere

He was deported to Somalia by Canada, but rejected by the Dutch for not being Somali enough
Netherlands New King

Willem-Alexander in, Beatrix out: a Dutch family affair

The queen of the Netherlands passes the torch to her eldest son
Princess Maxima,

Máxima of the Netherlands heralds a new era for royal Europe

The Netherlands will soon have its first king in 123 years. But it’s his queen that has people talking.
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High seas hijinks for Paul Watson

His life of radical activism lands him in a familiar spot: a European jail cell

When does hacking = journalism?

A Dutch journalist faces criminal charges for exposing the security flaws of local transit passes