NATO: in search of direction.
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NATO had its 70th birthday party in London at an awkward moment.
The EU and NATO: aligned but not always together.
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Why the EU and NATO have struggled to cooperate fully.
The ‘yellow vests’ vote at an assembly in Saint Nazaire, April 2019.
Including direct accounts from 'yellow vests' members in the Lyon area, a look back at what has changed in the daily lives of people in the movement.
There is no clear difference in measles control between countries that mandate vaccination and those that don't.
Naya was a mother to the first Belgian-born cubs in over a century. All are now thought to be dead.
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Europe is getting wilder as more people live in cities, but Naya's death shows this trend may have limits.
Fishing boats in Senegal.
The EU continues to enter into fresh agreements with countries, despite evidence of serious population declines in the species of interest.
A new group – Tsunami Democràtic – are using technology to create civil disobedience that is more organised and creative than ever.
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New research reveals remarkable evidence of a copper-mining bonanza in Wales that was so productive the metal reached France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden.
With a further extension the EU hopes to facilitate the ratification of the withdrawal agreement and thus ensure an orderly Brexit
In Saint-Laurent-Nouan, in the Loir-et-Cher region, one of 19 French power plants.
Nuclear energy generates 75% of France's electricity, and ongoing troubles at the new Flamanville EPR reactor have raised crucial questions about its future in the country's electricity mix.
A crane carrying with melting steel at the blast furnace Schwelgern 2 at ThyssenKrupp steel mill in Duisburg , Germany (December 12, 2014).
Europe recycles 70% of its steel, but much is exported, turning what should be a circular process into a linear one. Instead, materials need to be circularity-ready the moment they're manufactured.
Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron welcome German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the Biarritz G7, August 2019.
Why do some people greet each other with a kiss? How does the custom vary from place to place? This article is excerpted from the forthcoming 'Atlas of Regional Expressions.'
MPs were supposed to vote either for or against the prime minister's deal in a special weekend session. But things didn't quite work out like that.
The new faces of Trump’s trade disputes.
The Trump administration's tendency to follow rules only if they're in its interest could end up hurting the US in the long run.
Supporters of the anti-Islam party Pegida attend a rally in Copenhagen on January 19, 2015.
The perception of an immigrant threat in Europe is often thought to be driven by rising numbers of asylum seekers, but research indicates that political and media discourses are often the driving factor.
A reception centre near Namur, Wallonia, one of the largest in the Belgian reception network. May 24, 2018.
Only rarely are refugees’ and migrants’ words taken into account about the reception system in Europe. And what they tell us is frightening.
The deal put forward might win the prime minister support at home but Brussels also has to get on board.
Struggling to take off.
Contrary to popular belief, entrepreneurship has been on a worryingly downward trend since the 1980s – here's why.
Jacques Chirac has died, aged 86.
The most popular president of the Fifth Republic actually achieved alarmingly little during his tenure.
Jacques Chirac (here in 2005) was a defining figure in French politics after May 1968.
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A look back at the distinguished career of the former president, an ardent defender of France's place in the world.