New research published in the journal Nature reveals that more than 1.2 million flow barriers exist on European rivers and that approximately 10% are obsolete.
The increasing energy performance of household appliances makes it necessary to re-evaluate these informative stickers.
Airbnb is taking a very bold step by issuing a multi billion dollar IPO during a global economic slowdown – something that was unthinkable a few years ago.
The October launch of the “EU-US Dialogue on China” shows that the two shores of the Atlantic have come to recognise the importance of coordination and cooperation when facing up to Xi Jinping.
A British citizen living in France argues they had the right to assume their status upon moving there would not change in the future against their will.
Members of the far-right group have been found guilty of crimes including racketeering and murder.
Tens of thousands of people have defied bans on gatherings to protest abortion restrictions. A scholar of democracy says the policy push during a pandemic has echoes elsewhere.
School reforms pushed by French President Emmanuel Macron are aimed at pushing Muslim students into public schools. An expert explains why this may be the wrong approach.
Is a second wave of coronavirus the price of freedom?
The question of the Irish border after Brexit is a more pressing matter for the next president than it has been for his predecessor.
With a long winter approaching and the virus gripping Europe, the ongoing battle between health and the economy, lockdowns and personal freedoms, will prove hugely challenging.
Citizens feel disillusioned, but it’s not all bad news.
Coronavirus is surging in Spain, France, Germany and the UK, after many countries relaxed restrictions over the summer. They should look to success stories like Vietnam.
The gap between predictions of COVID-19 deaths in Africa and what has actually happened is staggering.
In her first state of the union speech, Commission president Ursula von der Leyen took a confrontational stance over discrimination, singling out Poland in particular.
Fighting populism requires us to recognise its embeddedness in business elites. Viktor Orbán’s regime is a case in point.
Experts from France, Spain and the UK explain how Europe should respond to a rise in coronavirus cases.
State controlled exit poll gives authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko 80% of the vote.
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.
The early signs indicate that the EU is responding much more effectively than it did in 2008.