US tariffs could potentially benefit some EU firms that rely on steel and aluminium.
As Facebook grows and grows, it either drowns out or buys up the competition.
The new coalition's spending plans will ramp up Italy's annual budget by over €100 billion a year.
Populist politics can only be sustained if the reality of international co-operation is conveniently set aside.
If you thought the risk of Grexit was bad, you've got a shock coming in the shape of Italy.
Reports of profligacy by the leaders of the Pan African Parliament could further diminish its legitimacy, which is already being questioned .
By choosing to deal with companies with better data protection policies, Australian consumers can create pressure for change in how personal data is handled across the board.
After Brexit, politicians hope that technology can help us avoid a hard border in Ireland.
Scotland said no, so why would Wales say yes to letting the UK take over devolved powers?
Men living in transit camps on the EU's borders are at risk of exploitation and violence.
Australian businesses will not be forced to comply with or fall foul of the new data regulation merely because they maintain websites accessible in the EU.
Climate change plans can bring broader benefits to cities, while helping avert disaster.
New research among well-off Roma families in Romania shows how widespread prejudice against them is.
New analysis shows that women's films get less EU backing, despite being more popular with critics than films directed by men.
The UK's food regulator, the FSA, is planning a major reorganisation. The timing couldn't be worse.
Three important aspects of international trade deals will limit the UK's democratic control over trade.
To be realistic, the US-China trade war gives Australia the unprecedented chance to expand its economic footprint.
Italy's first black senator, and the party he represents, won't be advancing the fight against xenophobia.
The EU and UK are fuelling the illegal trade through their continuing sale of legal ivory items.
Rather than becoming an independent coastal state and being able to form its own fisheries policy, the UK’s fishing industry remains beholden to EU rules.