26.11.14 @ 18:30
Investment levels are abnormally low in the EU - the good news is that money is out there.
11.11.14 @ 17:56
07.11.14 @ 09:19
05.11.14 @ 09:04
03.11.14 @ 09:05
24.11.14 @ 20:10
The 1 December shake-up in EU law on criminal and justice issues poses questions for the UK and the future of the European Arrest Warrant.
20.11.14 @ 18:45
EU diplomacy on Iran is one of its few successes, but it should look beyond the "nuclear issue", with a special envoy and a delegation in Tehran.
19.11.14 @ 09:06
EU leaders have shown total contempt for their commitments to social and labour protections in their policy towards Greece.
21.11.14 @ 18:12
Recognition of Palestinian statehood is not only just, it also protects the national security interests of both nations.
19.11.14 @ 18:13
Eulex chief Gabriele Meucci says he doesn't "sweep allegations of criminal activity under the carpet" and "respects" media investigations.
18.11.14 @ 09:01
The promotion of tax evasion has deprived public services of crucial resources at a time when they most need them.
17.11.14 @ 10:01
Twenty five years ago, violent repression of a student protest spurred a series of events in the then Czechoslovakia that we call the Velvet Revolution.
13.11.14 @ 18:51
Signs point to an upcoming escalation in Russia's war on Ukraine. But if it happens, what will the West do?
10.11.14 @ 08:41
After a century of bloodshed and hatred, the independence of Kosovo in 2008 seemed like a sign that peace and stability is possible in the Western Balkans.
07.11.14 @ 14:50
On the day Germans will be celebrating reunification, Spaniards will be focused on whether their country is about to fall apart.
14.11.14 @ 17:35
As Sweden confirms the underwater incursion last month, why would Russia want to do it and what can Sweden do to stop it happening again?
12.11.14 @ 09:02
A growing democratic deficit inflates the far right’s electoral results; immigrants themselves simply do not count in most elections.
10.11.14 @ 08:35
Most EU strategic partnerships are under-delivering, but they need to be pursued, still.
07.11.14 @ 09:26
In post-revolution Egypt, civil society is facing a dilemma; going back to the Mubarak era or going to prison.
News in Brief
- European Parliament approves new data protection supervisor@ 14:06
- EU to blacklist 13 people, five entities over Ukraine@ 14:05
- EU lawmakers agree deal on investment funds@ 13:19
- Juncker survives confidence vote@ 12:16
- EP postpones decision on LuxLeaks inquiry@ 11:38
- Van Rompuy to teach at College of Europe@ 09:47
- Bulgaria won't sign EU-US trade deal until visas are scrapped@ 09:13
- Germany approves women quota law@ 09:12
- AnalysisEurope's 'last chance' investment scheme depends on pension funds@ 11:07
- Mediapart: National Front's Kremlin loan is worth €40mn@ 09:28
- MEP vote ups pressure on EU to break up Google@ 09:26
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- EU regulators want right-to-be forgotten to go global26'th @ 18:24
- MEPs endorse Juncker investment plan despite criticism26'th @ 16:28
- Reports multiply of Kremlin links to anti-EU parties26'th @ 09:29
- Eurozone 'grinding to standstill', OECD warns26'th @ 09:29
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