The next President of the European Commission could outplay the unpleasant Eastern European and Italian leaders who voted her into
Without figuring out how to complete successfully the integration of Eastern and Western Europe, the EU will be doomed to
Salvini's refusal to appear inn the Italian Senate over the so called Russiagate has angered his ruling coalition partners from
Kramp-Karrenbauer's appointment has been somewhat surprising but is in line with the possibility that she might succeed Merkel as Germany's
As the legal battle surrounding Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete continues to command headlines, the controversy highlights the futility of
The news that Siemens has landed a major deal to supply components and services to Iraq’s electricity sector shows there
EU Border Guards Use ‘a Little Bit of Force’ to Push Migrants Back to Bosnia, Croatia’s President Admits
Reports of "push-backs" at the Croatian - Bosnian border, which is also an external border for the European Union, have
Italy has been trying to convince the entire European Union to help relieve pressure it is experiencing from the ongoing
Ankara remains unyielding in the face of potential EU sanctions over the Cyrpus EEZ natural gas dispute.
France's national holiday did not go without violent clashes as Yellow Vest protesters tried to blockade the Champs Elysees boulevard.
A severe summer storm front has killed six people in Halkidiki in Northern Greece, all of them foreign tourists.