The USTR announced small changes to the “Airbus tariffs” by removing Greek cheese and UK biscuits, and adding jams made
A total of six persons and three entities have made the Union's first cyber-attack sanction list.
German Foreign Minister Maas has criticized Moscow for its role in the conflicts in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya.
During a time in which Hong Kong’s high degree of autonomy is at stake, as a proud Hongkonger, I am
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