The EU should rethink its state aid rules when it comes to foreign competition, and the EU multinationals - their
The EU and Japan last week signed an infrastructure agreement aimed at linking Europe and Asia in a barely veiled
Size and a desire to join set Ukraine apart from the rest of the world in a unique way as
Under PM Narendra Modi, India has pursued a policy of opening up its huge market to FDI in recent years
Austria could be headed for a conservative - green ruling coalition.
Chirac is now deemed the best President of France, alongside Charles de Gaulles, according to a public opinion poll.
The Yellow Vest protest movement in France has persisted 10 months after its inception.
Germany's far-right radicals appear to be rearming, according to an expert observer.
58% of Europe’s native trees are threatened with extinction, according to a new report published by the International Union for
Britain and America have been largely in step on regulating tobacco products since the mid-1960s, when they published their first
In the three-and-a-half years since the Brits voted to leave the Union, the opportunity cost from the Brexit process has