More than 60 non-government organisations condemned yesterday the draft Energy Lending Policy published by the European Investment Bank (EIB), calling
What started as a bump in the road in relations between two giants has evolved to become a permanent feature
In the three-and-a-half years since the Brits voted to leave the Union, the opportunity cost from the Brexit process has
Thomas Cook, one of the biggest holiday companies in Europe, collapsed in dramatic fashion on Monday, with consequences ricocheting from
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and French President Emmanuel Macron have called for an overhaul of the European Union’s immigration
Referring to the EU as a "bloc" doesn't make enough sense any way you look at it.
A return to Michel Barnier's original backstop idea, which keeps only Northern Ireland in the EU customs union, is deemed
The European Commission is reportedly considering plans to launch a €100bn sovereign wealth fund to be used to finance Europe’s
After Antonio Tajani, the top job of the new European Parliament is going to another Italian but from a different
Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen Nominated as Next EU Commission President, France’s Christine Lagarde as ECB Chief
The EU leaders have disregarded almost entirely the preferences of the European Parliament in favor of the spitzenkandidaten system.
A compromise put forth by France, Germany, and Spain has been rejected by the Eastern European member states, Ireland as