Most non-essential travel inside the EU and Schengen Area will be allowed as of July 1, 2020.
There is no doubt that some Middle Eastern states have used the pandemic in order to suppress the opposition, the
EU and Schengen countries are set to restart travel between each other on July 1.
US Senators have back a second piece of legislation targetting the controversial natural gas pipeline project.
China's new draft security legislation for Hong Kong has drawn criticism from all over the West.
For a long time, the EU has been characterised as “soft power” or “civilian power”. Article 2 of the Treaty
In a remarkable peacetime repatriation campaign, the EU has now managed to bring home more than 500,000 EU citizens who
The IMF’s latest World Economic Forecast bears destabilizing news for Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) economies already roiled by
In terms of holding industrial polluters liable, European environmental law already sets the bar for the rest of the world.
The EU will keep its political dialog wih Erdogan open, the EU leadership has vowed.