One year after the French and Dutch voted 'no' to the European Constitution, Europe'sleaders don't seem to know how to restart the integration process. As for the 'nos', they have trouble making a Europe opposed to neoliberalism a concrete reality
Europe's twenty- and thirty-somethings are enjoying the era of low-cost consumerism, particularly in air travel, telecommunications and food; a spending revolution which is increasing their sense of European identity.
A few months before the general election is due to be held, the Italian Prime Minister wants to change the electoral rules to return to proportional representation - and all the instability he himself fought. Here's why.