After Brexit, COVID, Afghanistan and more, a look at where the EU stands on key issues.
The political will displayed by the Sahel member countries of the G5 Task Force appears to be out of step with the actual capabilities of their armies.
A debate over the future of dealcoholised wine is raging in Brussels.
The US, Nato and the EU must support stability on the ground, even if it’s not the type of stability they wanted.
After enduring a devastating wave of infections, deaths and lockdowns at the start of the pandemic, Italy is putting in place tougher anti-COVID measures, including a vaccine passport.
By banning non-European companies from operating media companies, the Polish government is taking aim at the largest private broadcaster in the country.
By waiving sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 pipeline linking Russia and Germany, the United States is paving the way for the controversial project to go ahead.
If insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results, what does that say about the EU?
Viktor Orban has once again flouted EU values with a new law on sharing material that ‘promotes homosexuality’.
I helped forecast disaster – but nothing prepared for me what happened next.
Estonia and Hungary are arguing that EU member states cannot legally implement the OECD agreement on corporation tax.
The EU is cracking down on pay secrecy, as the pandemic exacerbates gender inequalities.
The over-militarisation of the crisis across the Sahel region has done little to foster stability.
Rooibos tea is the first African product to receive EU protected designation. What does this mean for the region where it’s grown?
The G-7 wants to set a minimum global tax rate, which would make it harder for countries to act as tax havens.
The CPTPP probably won’t invigorate post-Brexit Britain economically, and it could even be dangerous, geopolitically speaking.
International trade policy is back in British politicians’ hands.
The G-7 nations, which include the US and UK, form the foundation of the modern global economy.
Some countries made abortion access easier during the pandemic. Others used it as an excuse for a crackdown.
The inefficient vaccine allocation rules currently in place must be replaced by new cooperative institutional structures and more concrete steps by the Group of Twenty (G20) countries.