European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič pulled out from the race to become the Social Democrats’ lead candidate for the EU elections in May next … Read more
The short history of the eurozone has taught us that resistance is futile. You cannot extricate yourself from its rules, to which all member states … Read more
Three of the EU’s six founding members held elections last weekend that centred on local issues but will resonate beyond.
5 lessons from Europe’s busy … Read more
The President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani has urged member states to have a unified stance and strategy for Libya.
Tajani said on the … Read more
DUP threatens to vote down budget if Brexit deal would mean different treatment for Northern IrelandOn : - -
Theresa May is fighting to keep the delicate Brexit negotiations on track after the DUP threatened to vote down the budget and bring down her … Read more
Despite Brexit and new priorities, it is important to keep EU funds for all regions – rich and poor – argues EU regions commissioner Corina … Read more
When Emmanuel Macron swept to power, French media marveled at the organizational skills of a man they dubbed the country’s first “managerial president.”
There were … Read more
Insight – Effects of US sanctions not limited to higher oil prices but could spill over into global trade jitters (Diplomatique.Expert)On : - -
Although the immediate response to Tuesday’s announcement of the US withdrawal from Iran’s nuclear deal was a jump in oil prices, most analysts seem to … Read more
Growing concern has been mounting among citizens of the EU on the use of toxic pesticides and their effect on people and the environment. This … Read more