Global Conversation talked to the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic to discuss the country's achievements, the next challenges, but also the challenges of the wider region.
What does Schengen expansion mean for Europe, and can the EU overcome its border policy crisis triggered by the migrant influx that began in 2014?
Countries and MEPs are divided as Croatia is given the greenlight to join the Schengen zone.
Eleven years after the declaration of independence, four major European countries still do not recognise Kosovo as a country, which remains an obstacle to its efforts to integrate into European and world organisations.
The European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) is a visa waiver pre-screening program for all travelers under the EU visa-free program, that want to enter any of the EU countries. Its main purpose is the protection and strengthening of the EU external borders.
The European Court of Justice rules German coach travel border checks are illegal and in contravention of the Schengen Agreement.
Transparency International's latest report claims that in the last 10 years, the EU has welcomed thousands of new citizens and close to 100,000 new residents through the Golden Visas scheme. Spain, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal and the UK have granted the highest number of golden visas.
Preparations are underway in the German capital as the Turkish leader hails trip as a chance for the two nations to carve a new beginning after years of souring relations.
Europe together, Europe united – buzz words in Brussels, but right now migration is driving a stake in all that. The political spats over the Dublin
Orban's government is "hiding criminals and giving passports to them to move freely in the whole Schengen Zone," MP Marta Demeter told Euronews.
Eleven years after the joining the bloc Bulgaria has its first taste of holding the rotating presidency
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The EU says countries in its passport-free travel area area should be able to bring back border controls.
But only in the event of persistent
At least 400 individuals, including the super-rich from Russia and Ukraine, have allegedly received Cypriot citizenship by investing in the country
Sweden lifts border checks as migrant tide becomes a trickle
New legislation comes into effect to tighten document checks across the EU, particularly in countries at the bloc's external borders.
Be prepared for possible delays if you are planning to travel in or out of Europe’s Schengen zone.
EU officials say Schengen border checks should be extended by three months when they expire next month.
Britons could have to pay a five-euro fee to enter EU countries in the future, under a new Brussels plan to fight terrorism.
One year after a fence went up on the Hungarian-Serbian border to stop the flow of migrants, flash mobs have turned out in Budapest.
EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
As the flow of migrants continues to flow across the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece Europe’s news crews are following the story.
This is the final episode of ‘The Network’, euronews’ hard talk with a matrix of newsmakers. The headlines: Nearly 60 years on, the European Union
Macedonian officials have closed the border with Greece, while Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia have also imposed tough restrictions
Countries in eastern Europe are now on alert for any new migration routes opening up after the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia or “FYROM”