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Biden foresaw Russia's invasion of Ukraine. So did Syrians | View
"Russian forces entered Syria on 30 September 2015. I have not lost memory of the harrowing events. I knew Putin would invade Ukraine."
'If you are Black you can walk': Africans are facing racism in Ukraine
Africans have faced racial discrimination while trying to flee Ukraine, but this is not an isolated issue. Systematic racism has set Africans up to receive maltreatment, even in times of crisis.
Hungary’s election may spark the next crisis for the EU | View
"Fidesz slowly stripped the guarantees for fair elections out of the system – a death by a thousand cuts," argues Michael Meyer-Resende, speaking about this Sunday's election in Hungary.
Ukraine paying the price of EU's energy dependency on Russia | View
"At the start of March, as Russian troops destroyed Ukrainian cities, the EU was paying Russia around €800 million a day for gas — drastically undercutting the economic impact of Western sanctions and funding the war."
Kosovo remembers Madeleine Albright, the autocrat's worst enemy | View
Albright stayed true to her conviction that people were entitled to decide their own fate no matter who their neighbors happened to be.
Orban is trying a daunting balancing act over the Ukraine war | View
"At a time when most of the right-wing leaders across Europe are distancing themselves from Putin, Orban is attempting a daunting balancing act."
Russia’s war on Ukraine is a live test for European sovereignty | View
"The response to the Russian attack on Ukraine is a live test of European sovereignty and our ability to protect the European way of life."
UN Security Council must meet in Kyiv to help end Putin's war | View
This is the worst crisis Europe has faced since 1945. It is also the most dangerous.
One view prevails in Russia - that of madness and destruction | View
"So, now in Russia, there is no organised opposition to Putin’s war. No mass protests. No critical debate on TV channels entirely controlled by Putin and his cronies."
Now, more than ever, Europe needs to stand up for Ukraine | View
"We belong to the pluralistic, European family. And now, more than ever, we need this family to stand by us."
Europe's refugees and migrants deserve better health outcomes | View
"To make better health a reality for refugees and migrants as for everyone else, we need an honest and transparent conversation with everyone represented at the table."
Pandemic drives Africa’s desire for self-reliance┃View
African governments are, for the most part, making huge efforts to ensure that shots reach arms and doses are not wasted.
For EU, microchips and geopolitics are two sides of same coin | View
With the EU Chips Act, the bloc intends to capture 20% of the semiconductor global market and achieve tech sovereignty, writes Raluca Csernatoni.
Poland's virtual abortion ban harms women and paralyses doctors | View
"The hard truth is that the ban on abortion care is having a devastating knock-on effect on all aspects of reproductive health," argues Irene Donadio
Putin fears Ukrainian freedom and democracy, not NATO | View
Europe and the US must not play into Putin's hands by turning the current crisis into a tussle between geopolitical entities. This is and has always been about Ukraine's absolute right to freedom and self-determination, writes Oleksandr Sushko of the International Renaissance Foundation in Ukraine.
Europeans are demanding the right to clean, affordable energy | View
The Right to Energy Forum, Europe's biggest summit on energy poverty, begins next week and could not be more urgent. Kieran Pradeep of Friends of the Earth Europe explains what's at stake.
Women leaders in Europe are always (from the) right | View
Roberta Metsola's appointment to President of the European Parliament is the latest in a long-observed pattern. From Marine le Pen to Angela Merkel, why, asks College of Europe professor Costanza Hermanin, are female holders of real executive power always right-wing?
New EU rules will help farmers prevent costly disease outbreaks | View
New legislation coming into force next Friday will help European livestock farmers stay ahead of the game and help with future outbreaks, Federation of Veterinarians of Europe executive director Nancy De Briyne explains.
France's EU presidency can lay the foundations of a new Europe | View
Emmanuel Macron's ambitious agenda can mark the beginning of a new stage in Europe’s development, writes Professor Alberto Alemanno.
Europe must prioritise hostages in nuclear talks with Iran | View
Europe must present a united front against the Islamic Republic of Iran's decades-long practice of jailing foreign and dual nationals for leverage, writes former hostage Barry Rosen, who begins a hunger strike in Vienna today
EU leaders must pay attention to civic freedoms in Slovenia | View
Thirty years after the EU formally recognised Slovenian independence, one of its former champions is presiding over an erosion of press freedom and civil society. Act now before it's too late, warns CIVICUS researcher Aarti Narsee.