The power of the Romanian artist's politically motivated work lies in its simplicity.
We meet the emerging rock star of the anti-austerity movement.
Tensions are on a knife edge as Greece attempts to negotiate another crucial bailout worth billions while facing violent street protests and rebellion from within the government.
What happens when you put reps from Left Unity, Syriza UK, Unison, the Green Party, Momentum and Plaid Cymru in a room and get them to talk about why Europe is great?
Left-wing politicians and parties had a pretty exciting 2015 in terms of winning elections, but everything they hate is still very much around.
Newcomer parties Podemos and Ciudadanos are poised for big gains against Spain's traditionally dominant conservatives and socialists in Sunday's election.
Major Greek unions have called a 24-hour strike and demonstrations in protest at austerity measures agreed by Syriza in exchange for fresh bailout funds. And the Syriza government is right behind them.
The NDP's long march to the right comes at the same time as a resurgence in leftwing politics across the globe.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won the election, but around 7 percent of voters cast ballots for the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn.
This weekend, Corbyn said a Labour government would slowly re-nationalise the railways, and news emerged that David Cameron allegedly fucked a dead pig's head while at Oxford University.
Greek voters ensured that the charismatic leftist will remain the country’s dominant political figure despite caving to European demands for a bailout he once opposed.
The rally, held in historic Syntagma Square, was literally painted red with SYRIZA flags and shirts, albeit not as many as January's final rally or the 'No' rally prior to July's referendum.