Rising protectionism has the potential to have major negative effects on many European companies, yet firms have been largely absent from the public conversation. Why?
A new survey serves up a tall order for UK agricultural policy outside the EU.
It's meant to stop something known as 'carbon leakage,' but the solution has economic, legal and environmental consequences.
The Covid-19 pandemic raises the question of the precariousness of foreigners dependent on social assistance in Switzerland - a precariousness that is still growing.
Those who talk down an independent Scotland's prospects are not factoring in one of its biggest natural resources.
Western leaders learned the hard way 25 years ago that conflict in the Balkans can become ethnic cleansing. Add Russia into the mix, and Montenegro's new problems are US and European problems, too.
Both sides can make a case, but they might not get the chance.
At the end of the 1925 movie 'Red Kimono,' the protagonist, Gabrielle Darley, throws away her garment and moves on to a better life. Real life is more complicated.
Around 75% of fishermen in the Outer Hebrides speak Gaelic. Their daily use of the language at work helps keep it alive.
Italy's decision to block export of AstraZeneca vaccines to Australia will likely not impact our vaccine roll-out. But vaccine scarcity is a looming problem in other parts of the world.
A recent survey conducted in eight European countries provides a snapshot of citizens' views of their own countries' leaders as well as those who influence the future of the EU.
The former European Central Bank supremo has been generally seen as a good hire for Italy, but there are also global issues at play.
Research shows that when one country – particularly a powerful one – puts more women in power, other nations tend to follow suit.
After a dispute with AstraZeneca, the European Commission is restricting access to vaccines made within its borders.
Lower than expected deliveries of AstraZeneca vaccines are exposing the bloc's slow rollout.
The conflict shows just how high the political stakes are on all sides.
European figureheads have spoken out against Capitol rioters but also know they have problems in their own back yard.
They grew up understanding that the state would take of them into old age. But that was before communism fell.
The negotiating teams have achieved something monumental but this is nevertheless really only the beginning of the future relationship.
The ratification process on a trade deal usually takes months or even years, so can it be done for Brexit in a matter of days?