The European Union is in its deepest crisis since its founding. Neoliberal measures are being imposed in an authoritarian manner, and democracy is being suspended. The EU is drifting apart, marked most dramatically by the departure of Great Britain, once a core member of the Union. As a result of Europe’s crisis of representation, a radical Right and a new authoritarianism are spreading. But there are also new awakenings from the Left: feminist struggles from Poland or Spain to Ireland, movements against austerity and for real democracy, renewed momentum for new and old left-wing parties, and the apparent renewal of social democracy in Britain.