State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
More about this topic
EU Foreign Policy
the global conversation
"We are not fighting against Russia" says EU's top diplomat Borrell
More about this topic
EU avoids pre-emptive sanctions on Russia despite Ukraine's pleas
Ukraine's foreign affairs minister has urged Brussels to apply "some sanctions" on Russia before an invasion takes place.
EU reaffirms unity in Ukraine-Russia crisis amid reports of division
Josep Borrell said the bloc is "well advanced" in preparing sanctions in case Russia decides to invade Ukraine.
state of the union
Europe's week: Scholz inauguration and French EU presidency
Germany's first socialist-led government in 16 years finally got to work on Wednesday.
New US-Australia defence pact eclipses EU's Indo-Pacific pivot
As the EU unveiled a new strategy to engage with the Indo-Pacific region, its top diplomat struggled over the timing of the announcement — which came just hours after the US and UK launched a new security pact with Australia.
EU will talk to the Taliban but will not recognise government: Borrel
EU cooperation with the Taliban is dependent on five conditions, including preventing the export of terrorism and respect for human rights.
EU evacuates diplomatic staff and Afghan allies from Kabul
The European Union has finalised the evacuation mission from Afghanistan, brining back its diplomatic service together with over 400 Afghan allies and family members.
Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.
'Unacceptable': Cyprus slams Turkish move to open up a part of Varosha
Varosha, a fenced-off derelict area under Turkish control, has been left deserted since the 1974 invasion that split Cyprus.
Europe must act to stop Assad, Syrian opposition group tells Euronews
The EU denied following "a policy of waiting" towards Damascus after a Syrian opposition group accused the bloc of not exerting sufficient pressure on the Assad regime.
EU, US slap new sanctions on Belarus in response to Ryanair diversion
Foreign affairs ministers from all EU countries met in Luxembourg and agreed to blacklist 78 individuals and 8 entities believed to be closely involved with President Lukashenko's regime.
EU's handling of COVID dents confidence in European project - survey
The slow vaccine roll-out and the extensive media coverage of it were seen as having had a particularly bad impact on citizens' perception of Brussels.
Germany calls for abolition of EU member states foreign policy veto
Germany's top diplomat, Heiko Maas, told reporters on Monday that the bloc "can no longer be held hostage by those who paralyse European foreign policy with their vetoes."
EU foreign ministers meet on Gaza as Israel-Hamas conflict rages on
The European Union says it will redouble efforts to end the violence between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants during a special meeting of its foreign ministers on Tuesday.
Can the EU play a role as Israeli-Palestinian violence escalates?
Beyond issuing statements urging calm, can European diplomacy have an actual impact in defusing the recent surge in Israeli-Palestinian violence?
EU agrees first sanctions on China in more than 30 years
The new raft of measures is aimed at four Chinese officials and one entity believed to be involved in the alleged human rights violations of the Uyghur Muslim minority.
New EU sanctions on Russia 'are a missed chance to fix relations'
Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's long-time envoy to the EU, believes any sort of "unilateral restrictive measures are illegitimate by definition".
EU's foreign affairs chief urged to quit after Moscow 'humiliation'
"Russia showed everything possible to humiliate the EU’s highest diplomat," said Estonian MEP Riho Terras
How can the EU Green Deal avoid 'frictions’ with other countries?
A new report has found that the deal is likely to have an adverse impact on the European Union’s trading partners.
the global conversation
EU will lose supremacy unless it invests more, diplomacy chief tells Euronews
“If you intend to be autonomous, you have to pay your own expenses,” the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs told Euronews Brussels Correspondent Ana Lazaro Bosch in The Global Conversation.
Turkey's behaviour 'widening separation' with EU, says Borrell
Turkey must understand its behaviour is 'widening its separation' with the EU, the bloc's Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell said on Thursday.
Reopening occupied Cypriot ghost town 'complicates reunification'
Varosha, which used to be a tourist hotspot, has been fenced off and abandoned since Turkey invaded northern Cyprus after a Greek-inspired coup in 1974.
EU diplomacy struggling for influence as future of Belarus uncertain
"The EU influence in Belarus is very limited, contrary to that of Russia," explains Kristi Raik, International Centre for Defence and Security.
Belarus: Lukashenko threatens renewed crackdown on election protesters
Authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko has threatened election protesters with tough new measures. It comes as the EU pledged its support for a peaceful transition of power in "Europe's last dictatorship."
The MENA countries are aligning to EU values. We shouldn’t waste this historic opportunity ǀ View
If the EU fails to scale up its engagement with the Middle East soon, countries like China will fill the vacuum. This increases the imperative for the EU to ensure that it engages with the Arab world in a way that strengthens it economically.
Foreign ministers discuss Turkey-Syria conflict
Foreign ministers met to weigh options for how the EU should respond to Turkey's invasion of Syria.
EU should 'chart its own course' in world affairs, Europeans say
The EU should be "avoiding fights that are not of its making but standing up to other continent-sized powers and tackling crises that affect its interest," a ECFR poll of 40,000 Europeans has found.