"This piece of concrete made me who I am now."
Albanian hotel owner
"Kurds believe they are worse off as part of Iraq."
research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
"Teníamos ganas de oír a la gente respirar aire nuevo y reír todos juntos"
"The huge amount of spatial debris that is generated is a real problem for active satellites."
Italian Space Agency
""It was the start of the conquest of space by the Soviets, which nobody was expecting""
Former ESA Director of Science
"We need new initiatives at the European level to deepen the functioning of the monetary union."
Vice- President, ECB
"I agree with the Trump policy about putting additional requests to China, because China can do more."
Former US Secretary of State
"France and Germany shouldn't be bullying the other 26."
MEP, Christian Democrats
Russia and U.S. have around 93 percent of the world’s nuclear weapons, according to estimates by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Fears the US will withdraw its security umbrella from Europe could push countries to develop their own nuclear weapons, according to a group that
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from the EU's de-facto political capital
Russia’s upper parliament, the Federation Council, has adopted a motion to prevent foreign powers interfering in its internal affairs.
It has set
The Prime Minister of Macedonia has vowed to revive his country’s path to EU membership.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has a new member. Tiny Montenegro, once part of the communist former Yugoslavia.
became the 29th member at a
The Insiders team takes an in-depth look at European defence and security in the face of cyber warfare, Russian interventionism and Donald Trump's luke warm support of NATO.
European defence expert Sven Biscop outlines the threats to European interests, explores what the future might hold for old alliances and what this means for our defence policies.
Hardman handshakes, pushing colleagues and seemingly not paying attention – welcome to diplomacy Donald Trump-style.
The US president was in
The NATO HQ is opened and defence spending plans outlined, but the US President steals the show in Brussels.
US President Trump has met with EU and NATO leaders in Brussels, as a leaders summit is held in new NATO headquarters
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaking live from the NATO summit in Brussels.
The day was marked by the first visit of US President Donald
American grumbles that Europeans don’t pay enough for their own defence are nothing new.
But there were pained looks across the faces of
Europe’s spending on defence has edged up for the first time in seven years, new figures have revealed, amid fears of Russian aggression in the Baltics.
NATO leaders are meeting in Brussels today (25th May, 2017) as part of US President Donald Trump’s first foreign trip as commander-in-chief.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Brussels on Wednesday ahead of a NATO summit in the city.
Many vented their anger towards
By Michael Mandelbaum, professor emeritus of American Foreign Policy at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
As Donald Trump’s
The NATO summit is President Donald Trump's first, and is held in a new Brussels HQ where the alliance will commit more resources to fight ISIL.
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This NATO meeting will mark the inauguration of a new headquarters for the alliance that cost one billion euros.