A proposed EU law would allow individual member states to restrict sales of genetically-modified foods within their borders. The European Parliament recently put the proposal on ice, but EU leaders should instead put it in the compost bin. The law would create uncertainty for food processors and threaten Europe's "single market", one of the Union's most important institutions.
The Terezin Declaration and other international agreements lay out out voluntary principles for returning property seized from Jews in the Nazi era. Those may be on a collision course with Polish law on findings, if a soon-to-be-unearthed train lives up to its myth.