In hosting the first-ever Global State of Human Rights conference last week, the European Parliament clearly signalled that it sees
Returning to Washington after his eight-day European tour, Joe Biden undoubtedly felt satisfied that he had made headway on the
On Thursday afternoon this week, the European Parliament met to decide the fate of their monumental economic agreement with China,
For many years now, a major diplomatic collision between the European Union and the People’s Republic of China had been
A growing number of EU countries are voicing their concerns over Beijing’s increasing leverage as Chinese companies gain footholds in
The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) was seven years in the making, but it took less than seven hours
A total of six persons and three entities have made the Union's first cyber-attack sanction list.
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.
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