- Closing the gender gap in Europe: a losing battle? 18/06/2015
- Jobless Youth: struggling programs, debating new solutions 11/06/2015
- “Frustration, mistrust and disappointment” – Turkey’s strained ties with Europe 28/05/2015
- Spies like us: why did German intelligence help America’s NSA access their citizens data? 14/05/2015
- The eurosceptic dream: a vision of Britain the day after Brexit 30/04/2015
- Cuba thaw: is trade taking precedence over human rights? 16/04/2015
- Libya on the brink: amid civil war fears and growing ISIL threat what’s the EU doing? 19/03/2015
- Killing in the Kremlin’s shadow who or what is behind Nemtsov’s murder 05/03/2015
- Durable solution: Will the Ukrainian ceasefire hold? 19/02/2015
- Turning the tide: Europe’s drive against Islamic radicalisation under scrutiny 05/02/2015
22/01 12:30 CET
Greece is once again at centre of a European political drama as it gears up for its most crucial election in a generation. Polls…
08/01 19:02 CET
If they manage to pull it off, the Transatlantic Trade in Partnership accord being discussed by EU and US negotiators would be…
11/12/14 18:58 CET
‘Could do better’ is the message to some European countries from…
27/11/14 12:39 CET
As Donald Tusk becomes the new EU Council president, how much power does the former Polish prime minister really have, or do the…
14/11/14 11:27 CET
Thirteen years after Western allies defeated the Taliban, NATO ended its…
30/10/14 18:15 CET
As the dust settles after Ukraine’s recent parliamentary elections all sides, within the country and outside, are taking…
16/10/14 13:06 CET
The European Parliament appears to be deeply divided, while the European Commission has been bruised in its efforts to balance…
25/09/14 19:58 CET
The conflicts in Ukraine and Syria have renewed debate over how much hard power Europe needs to stabilise its own neighbourhood…
11/09/14 11:33 CET
The separatism debate is looming large over Europe as Scotland prepares to vote on independence from the UK. The poll is being…
30/05/14 15:18 CET
Populist and extremist parties took a quarter of the seats in the European elections, forcing the mainstream left and right into…
10/07/14 17:41 CET
How much does Europe’s digital market create and kill jobs? Bricks and mortar retailers, even taxi drivers, are losing…
26/06/14 12:32 CET
Achieving a secure energy supply at reasonable cost remains one of Europe’s great strategic challenges. The Ukraine…
12/06/14 12:45 CET
As national teams battle it out at the World Cup, officials are cracking down on the financial dark side of the game, primarily…
15/05/14 16:55 CET
In the 2014 European Parliament elections, the largest voting bloc could be Europeans who avoid the ballot box. For those who do…
01/05/14 12:53 CET
Many analysts are predicting a surge in support for eurosceptics and hardline nationalist parties in May’s …
17/04/14 17:38 CET
There will be significant changes in the European elections on May 25…
03/04/14 11:31 CET
The motto of the 2014 European elections – This Time it’s Different – refers to the fact that the new…
21/03/14 12:26 CET
Resetting EU/US relations damaged by the Prism spying scandal, after the US National Security Agency tapped European leaders…
13/03/14 11:55 CET
Iran has opened its doors to the world’s nuclear watchdog, the IAEA as part of a deal with six world powers aimed at…
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