How does the UK go about disentangling itself from EU laws?
Here are four ways in which, you, the citizen, can decide what goes on in Brussels.
A landmark trade deal between the US and Europe has been left floundering. So what has killed progress?
And where do they come from?
Economic sense has been largely irrelevant in the unfolding Greek drama. Instead, morality has been at its heart.
Explaining how the European Parliament and Commission combine to represent the interests of 28 member states.
Assessing the argument that the British people would be better represented by their national parliament.
European Commission fires a broadside at Google for using Android to enforce its dominant position.
Brussels is forever preaching women's rights to member states, but it always seems to be men giving the orders.
The upcoming TTIP trade agreement could force EU to liberalise GM regulations such as labelling.
Spain's most controversial sport has been in strife lately. But anthropologist Robin Irvine explains why a year working on a bull-breeding estate made him optimistic for its future.
New EU rules on GM attempt to unblock logjam that has hung over the technology in the region for most of this century. To work, anti-GM member states and Big Biotech will need to cooperate.
Junker reinforced his mandate to act as a guarantor of EU integration, preserve the unity of the EU and the Eurozone, and to take leadership in addressing the refugee crisis.
We need more Europe in our asylum policy. We need more Union in our refugee policy," says the Commission president.
UKIP has criticised a group of EU-funded professors for not being impartial commentators in referendum debates.
The draconian deal imposed by the Eurogroup is worse than a reparations settlement imposed on a defeated enemy.
What effect would Britain's leaving the EU have on it's digital economy?
Renegotiation, reform, repatriation - only one will work.
A call to break with the leadership of Greece's ruling party has highlighted the futility of debt-led austerity and the burden it places on people on the wrong side of a banker's bad bet.
The UK is refusing to take just 2,000 refugees to help tackle the crisis in the Mediterranean. And it puts the EU on a knife edge.