Twenty years after the Marc Dutroux child abductions and murders, are police and civic groups working closely enough, across EU countries, to keep children safe?
The threat of Greece leaving the EU, or a “Grexit,” has deeply shaken Europe. While officials prepared for a worse case scenario, eurosceptic
Despite the 1995 Dayton Accords, which formally ended three-and-a-half years of war in the Balkans, tensions remain as the region again faces the
Can Europe mend the gap between men and women when it comes to pay, pensions and leadership positions?
EU youth employment policies have so far failed to significantly bring down youth jobless rates often double the national average. How to make the
Turkey’s elections on June 7th will be a key test of the country’s democracy and its bid to join the EU. A crackdown on dissent has worried Brussels
A spying scandal has confronted Chancellor Angela Merkel with one of the most difficult challenges of her leadership. Claims that the country’s
What would the British and EU citizens wake up to if the UK voted to exit the EU? How would that impact trade, prices, politics, jobs and daily life
The EU and Cuba have accelerated talks to normalise relations. The US is also ending decades of estrangement as Cuba’s Communist regime allows
Four years after the violent overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi Libya is once again in the grip of a bloody power struggle. With rival administrations
Following the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov “The Network’ asks just who or what is behind the killing in the Kremlin’s shadow and