The people vs. Viktor Orbán: a European showdown

We must admit watching Vicky Orbán getting lambasted in a makeshift trail in the ...

The State of Migration: Juncker’s EU Solidarity Plan

“Our common European values and our historic responsibility are my starting point when I ...

Swedish elections leave two major parties reeling, Sweden Democrats emboldened by record support

The Swedish general election this past Sunday saw the Sweden Democrats, a populist party ...

Experiencing history with La Boîte à Histoire

Whether you are a huge history fan or completely indifferent, La Boite à Histoire ...

EYE2018: Making the EU young (again)?

Something unusual happened last weekend in Strasbourg. Instead of 50-something EU officials, young people ...

Repeal The Eighth: Ireland’s Fight To Legalise Abortion

Today marks the advent of another ground-breaking referendum for Ireland – this time tackling ...

The “Historic Alliance”: Italy’s populist parties’ dangerous deal

After a two month deadlock following the elections of 4 March 2018, Italy’s Lega ...

What we can expect from Putin’s fourth term

Vladimir Putin was elected President of the Russian Federation for the fourth time. What ...

Europe Day: A day for celebration and reflection

Today, Europe celebrates Europe Day, otherwise known as Schuman Day in commemoration of the ...

Good Reads: Data-harvesting—what’s all the fuss about?

Our editor Sam Stevenson points you in the direction of a few works guaranteed ...

6th Sense means “keen intuition” – the blogging platform that brings our transnational approach to current affairs. As well as live reporting from exciting events around Europe, the 6th Sense has regular columns covering a range of topics from political debates to European films you shouldn’t miss. It’s also where we publish reader submissions.

The people vs. Viktor Orbán: a European showdown

We must admit watching Vicky Orbán getting lambasted in a makeshift trail in the ...

The State of Migration: Juncker’s EU Solidarity Plan

“Our common European values and our historic responsibility are my starting point when I ...

Swedish elections leave two major parties reeling, Sweden Democrats emboldened by record support

The Swedish general election this past Sunday saw the Sweden Democrats, a populist party ...

Experiencing history with La Boîte à Histoire

Whether you are a huge history fan or completely indifferent, La Boite à Histoire ...

EYE2018: Making the EU young (again)?

Something unusual happened last weekend in Strasbourg. Instead of 50-something EU officials, young people ...

Repeal The Eighth: Ireland’s Fight To Legalise Abortion

Today marks the advent of another ground-breaking referendum for Ireland – this time tackling ...

The “Historic Alliance”: Italy’s populist parties’ dangerous deal

After a two month deadlock following the elections of 4 March 2018, Italy’s Lega ...

What we can expect from Putin’s fourth term

Vladimir Putin was elected President of the Russian Federation for the fourth time. What ...

Europe Day: A day for celebration and reflection

Today, Europe celebrates Europe Day, otherwise known as Schuman Day in commemoration of the ...

Good Reads: Data-harvesting—what’s all the fuss about?

Our editor Sam Stevenson points you in the direction of a few works guaranteed ...