15.10.14 @ 18:12
It is heartening to see the Parliament scrutinizing potential conflicts of interest at the Commission so forcefully, but how good is the Parliament at ensuring the private interests of its own members?
09.10.14 @ 09:16
08.10.14 @ 08:23
24.09.14 @ 17:36
16.09.14 @ 12:43
15.10.14 @ 09:36
Cameron has made the UK look like an annoying younger sibling, constantly harassing the EU to get its way, stomping its feet and issuing empty threats.
03.10.14 @ 08:55
London PR firms are working for the daughter of Uzbek dictator Karimov after she fell from grace, but what about EU support for the silent victims of his regime?
29.09.14 @ 16:09
The recent choice of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk as the next president of the European Council is an auspicious sign.
13.10.14 @ 10:00
Croatia should have performed an environmental impact risk assessment before it allowed seismic exploration in the Adriatic Sea.
30.09.14 @ 17:46
The European Commission’s recent decision to open infringement proceedings against the Czech Republic for its policy of discriminating against Roma school children is a milestone.
29.09.14 @ 09:18
Hundreds of parliamentarians are gathering in Rome on Monday in a bid to improve parliamentary oversight of EU policy-making, but they need to sort of their internal disagreements first.
23.09.14 @ 15:23
The outcome of the Scottish independence referendum may indirectly influence the EU and the eurozone’s functioning.
23.09.14 @ 09:07
Without a diplomatic solution, the sanctions against Russia will have an adverse impact on its economy, but could also push Europe to a triple-dip recession.
22.09.14 @ 09:54
Migrants of second or third generation residing in many European countries are in search of their identity – torn between the culture their ancestors come from and environment they grew up in.
18.09.14 @ 08:46
The EU-chaired Iran nuclear talks open a window of opportunity for human rights reforms in Iran. It should be seized by letting the UN rapporteur visit the country.
23.09.14 @ 09:07
Transparency, once a 'conditio sine qua non' for democracy and good governance, is suffering a clear backlash in Europe.
19.09.14 @ 15:04
Scottish people voted with a decisive majority against independence but the conversation in the UK has only just begun. And the EU will be listening closely
18.09.14 @ 08:50
As the number of Syria refugees grows, EU countries should make sure their asylum systems are not abused by war criminals on the run.
08.09.14 @ 10:11
Past Sakharov winners have complained to EU institutions about European pressure on Palestine not to join the International Criminal Court.
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