Audrey Tilve, euronews: “Brigitte Grésy, France’s general inspector for social affairs, you also represent France in the European Institute for
Last October, the Spanish Foreign minister Miguel Angel Moratinos went to Havana – his goal; to normalise relations with Cuba. But Madrid’s top
Interview by María Piñeiro
The current situation in Cuba is very difficult. The economy is still hit by the dual currency situation because the
On January 8, Spain formally assumed the rotating presidency of the European Unon for the next six months.
Taking over from Sweden, Spain’s Prime
Beatriz Beiras, euronews: “Josep Ramoneda, political analyst and Director of the Centre for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona, the Lisbon Treaty
Maria Pineiro, euronews: “Luis Yáñez, Spanish
Socialist member of the European Parliament, in its euro-latinamerican parliamentary assembly…
Informing young people about the EU’s anti-poverty measures was behind the European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian aid’s visit to one
Europe’s flagship educational exchange programme Erasmus had trouble getting started. How have cross-border attitudes about education taken off in 20
In case of difficulty, who should European Union citizens call?
In the spring of 1998, European Union leaders decided to launch the euro, even though many economists were dubious. Ten years on, how is the single
How has the outlook changed?
European Neighbours’ Day is an ever expanding attempt to end the isolation that many city dwellers feel. What exactly does it consist of?
With many dangours products, particulary childrens toys, on the market, how can health and safety of European consumers be guaranteed?