Can Economic Pressure Curb Jair Bolsonaro's Anti-Indigenous Agenda?
An impending trade deal with the E.U. has instigated further pushback from non-governmental organizations and local activists against any deal with the Brazilian government.
The Trump Admin Won't Join an Initiative to Curb Social Media Extremism, Citing Free Speech
Experts say the initiative does not "have much teeth to it" but that it does not run contrary to the First Amendment.
In Spite of Environmental Concerns, Europe Continues to Buy Brazilian Beef
A new report reveals the major European supermarkets that are potentially fueling illegal deforestation when they support the Brazilian cattle industry.
A New Report Urges the E.U. to Take Economic Action to Curb Amazon Deforestation
Environmental groups argue that Europe should use trade leverage to prevent the Brazilian government from furthering the destruction of the rainforest.
Will Brexit Enflame One of the World's Most Fraught Borders?
A new book outlines why the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is becoming one of the most controversial as Britain leaves the E.U.
What Would a 'Hard Brexit' Mean for the United States?
If the British fail to negotiate a soft exit from the E.U. American car manufacturers, drugmakers, and banks could all suffer.
Black Market Timber Continues to Find Its Way From Africa to the E.U.
A new report accuses European companies of importing illegally harvested wood from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Residents Fear the Return of an Ireland–U.K. Border (in Photos)
Questions remain over what will happen at the border after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
Can France Help Lead E.U. Efforts to Curb Global Deforestation?
France's new strategy to stop importing "unsustainable forest and agricultural products" is just one piece of a much bigger puzzle for the European Union.
Viewfinder: Protesters Gather Outside the Houses of Parliament During Tuesday's Brexit Amendment Vote
Pro-European Union and pro-Brexit protesters discuss the vote and ongoing political processes as they demonstrate near the Houses of Parliament on January 29th, 2019, in London, England.
While Europe Cracks Down on Data Collection Practices, U.S. Consumers Remain as Vulnerable as Ever
Data-protection regulations in the E.U. require transparency in data mining. In the U.S. no such rules exist, but some states are working to change that.
Viktor Orbán's Rise and the Power of Nationalist Politics
The prime minister of Hungary is currently dealing with worker protests, but his ascent was driven by anti-immigrant sentiment and difficult economic circumstances.
Ukraine's Massive Illegal Logging Crackdown Stalls
The measures introduced in July to curb corruption in the country's timber industry are still awaiting a signature from Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.
Viewfinder: Pro-Brexit Activists Protest Outside Downing Street
Pro-Brexit demonstrators gather outside Downing Street calling for a hard-line withdrawal from the European Union during the weekly cabinet meeting at Downing Street on October 16th, 2018, in London, England.
A New Website Shows Nearly Half of E.U. Clinical Trial Data Isn't Publicly Disclosed
After making a tool that tracks how well drug testers follow U.S. law, researchers turned to an even bigger market for drug trials: the European Union.
Viewfinder: Anti-Brexit Demonstrators Gather Outside Britain's Houses of Parliament
A man bangs a drum as anti-Brexit demonstrators gather outside the Houses of Parliament on June 11th, 2018, in London, England.
Advocates Around the World Fight to Reduce Plastic Pollution (In photos)
Campaigns against single-use plastic waste are picking up steam.
Unrest Continues as Poland's Government Moves Further to the Right
There has been a wave of demonstrations since the election of Poland's right-wing government in response to its increasing attacks on individual rights.
Families Sue European Union to Take More Action on Climate Change
A group of 10 families is taking the European Union to court in an attempt to get its member states to take more drastic action on climate change.
Can Ireland Steady Relations Between the U.S. and the E.U.?
Recent diplomatic maneuvers show that the country is ready to make securing positive relations with the E.U.-skeptical Trump administration a priority.