In 1918, Europe emerged exhausted from a bloody war that took so many lives without addressing the tensions at the heart of the conflict. In … Read more
The final agreement reached in the early hours of Friday morning falls short of an agreement on asylum rules. Once again, the EU has failed … Read more
In comments reported by Euronews, Angela Merkel said “Overall, after an intensive discussion on the most challenging theme for the European Union, namely migration, it … Read more
French President Emmanuel Macron told EuroNews that the deal showed “European cooperation” had prevailed over national interests: “Europe will have to live with migratory pressures … Read more
The Guardian Brexit negotiations cannot go on with a divided British cabinet, Jean-Claude Juncker has said, as European leaders expressed concern that they do not … Read more
Leaders will discuss migration policy. They are expected to underline the need for a comprehensive approach to migration and the importance of effective control … Read more
The European Council will start on Thursday at 15.00 with the traditional exchange of views with the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani.
At … Read more
Paul Taylor, contributing editor at POLITICO writes: The second wheel is starting to fall off Europe’s political wagon.
After the center left suffered a working-class … Read more
The European Union released five short films, directed by prominent European filmmakers, which demonstrate how the rights and benefits enjoyed in the EU improve people’s … Read more
The Sydney Morning Herald reports that European officials will land in Australia next month to begin negotiations on a free trade deal, after the EU’s … Read more
The European Commission is providing national, regional and local actors with practical help to improve air quality in Europe, and stepping up its enforcement against … Read more
Poland’s prime minister and the European Commission chief will meet for talks on Wednesday amid a protracted rule-of-law dispute between Warsaw and Brussels, according to … Read more
The US administration is prepared to impose sanctions on European companies that do business in Iran following his withdrawal of the US from the international … Read more
The following are the views of Matthias Bartolo, a 16 year old Sixth Form Student attending St Martin’s College. Politics is a passion of his, … Read more
The following reflections have been shared by Dr. Helena Grech, the Head of the Maltese EC Representation for Corporate Dispatch’s special edition of Europe Explained … Read more
The following is a message by High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy / Vice-President of the Commission.
The future of … Read more
Insight and reflection by European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, for Corporate Dispatch.
Europe’s story is one of freedom and citizen rights, of 70 years of … Read more
Insights and reflections on the occasion of Europe Day provided by MEP Roberta Metsola for Corporate Dispatch.
Today marks the 68th anniversary of the day … Read more