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Post-Brexit, can a 'gentler' model help globalization survive?
As Britain leaves, EU debates how to 'make Europe attractive again'
Why does the extreme right appeal in Europe? Slovakia offers troubling clues.
Brexit aftershock: a broad challenge to British politics, democracy (+video)
In victory for Brexit, a defiant protest against globalization
Brexit: Will 'Leave' voters chart a new course for Britain?
Amid Brexit tumult over immigration, Leicester offers a different path
As Brexit debate reaches crescendo, Europe fears for the EU's soul
Brexit debate's strange bedfellows could prove vital after the vote
Could the lessons of Bataclan attack in Paris help with response to Orlando?
As curtain rises on Euro 2016, a turbulent time in France
Not just Britain: It turns out French Euroskepticism is on the rise too
Why what's happening in France isn't 'just another French strike'
In Paris, the Louvre closes as the Seine rises
Slovakia's youth flirt with fascism. A failure of education?
Why do Anglicans lean pro-Brexit, while atheists favor 'Remain'?
Austria opts against far-right president, but threat of extremism still looms (+video)
Far right threatens to break through in Austria: How it came to this
In Europe, a fresh blow to confidence in mainstream politics
In Poland's conservative heartland, frustration from those EU 'left behind’
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Second Amendment does not cover 'weapons of war,' US appeals court finds
One month of Trump: What voters think – and why that matters
Trump says he'll skip the White House Correspondents' Dinner: Is that a bad thing?
Sunday's solar eclipse: Yes, these events still produce real science
Apollo 8 redux: Why NASA might send humans around the moon, again
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