Science works better when barriers to collaboration are removed, say experts.
From restrictions on EU exports to China and Chinese exports to the EU to freezing key investments, there are many ways in which China could retaliate against the EU’s anti-dumping investigation.
According to a survey of almost 800 climate researchers, 73% are sceptical of the idea of green growth. Instead, approaches such as agrowth and degrowth are gaining ground.
The African Union’s membership in the G20 is an important complement to existing strategic partnerships.
Addressing high levels of corruption is crucial if Albania wants to join the EU and improve its society and economy.
Apple just announced its latest suite of iPhones will not use the proprietary Lightning charger. This isn’t a surprise due to EU regulations announced last year.
Commission president Ursula von der Leyen’s 2023 state of the union speech saw her press for expansion for the union’s own good.
To win the support of the Catalan independence party, Pedro Sanchez has called for Catalan, Galician and Basque to be recognised as official languages of the EU. Could he pull it off?
The deal will bring relief to UK scientists after Brexit led to uncertainty over funding and collaborative projects.
For President Zelenskyy and Ukraine’s citizens, the country’s quest for NATO and EU membership is about security – and identity.
The belly of a desindustrialised region in France could contain one of the world’s largest reserves of a game-changing clean fuel.
Any smart climate strategy will need to simultaneously move away from fossil fuels and protect biodiversity, including through carbon sink preservation and a shift toward sustainable agriculture.
Those who think the worst of Europe’s energy crisis is over are getting ahead of themselves.
Disorders such as Alzheimer’s and epilepsy are difficult to diagnose with only occasional doctor visits. A new approach would allow fathering of extensive real-world data directly from patients.
Georgia is a strategic region for the European Union, but if the EU strictly enforces membership requirements, could Tbilisi edge closer to Moscow?
The mention of the Falklands/Malvinas territorial dispute in an EU document shows that, post-Brexit, Brussels no longer feels beholden to toe the UK’s line on sovereignty.
Sweeping new research shows many Europeans could accept to live under a non-democratic regime.
The reality is that cooperation has deepened, but one side seems reluctant to acknowledge that with a formal deal.
A new EU law would require thousands of multinational companies, including many based in the US, to look for signs of human rights abuses in their supply chains.
While EU countries are capable of initiating strong joint actions, a divide is emerging between countries with very different, even antagonistic, decarbonisation strategies.