Outcomes of Vilnius summit look small
The refusal of some banks to settle with the European Commission could yet undermine its settlement procedure
Member states are on course to water down plans to promote the use of electric cars
Freedom of movement may be the topic that brings the UK in line with the rest of the EU
Austria should join the Visegrád Four
Leadership can easily turn into a poisoned chalice
EU officials have plenty to say about human rights issues outside of the bloc, but barely mention the problems within the EU
What the EU can learn from the OECD's report on education.
Thousands of coastal livelihoods depend on next week's vote.
If we are serious about eradicating AIDS we need to focus on prevention – this requires the promotion of reproductive health and family planning.
General Court criticised for speed of proceedings
Compromise reached on emissions pledges
The main plenary chamber at last week's climate summit in Warsaw was the last place to look for optimism.
With only two deals pending with Georgia and Moldova, what can the EU learn from its Eastern Partnership project?
Ukrainians and others among Europe's eastern neighbours are captives of their own rulers
The far-right may be more anti-Muslim than anti-Semitic, but they maintain the anti-humanist, cynical, and racist worldview of their predecessors in the 1930s
The EU should not write off Belarus
French and Italian efforts to curb online retailers are counter-productive and break single-market rules
The British prime minister's scare tactics do him no favours.
The eurozone will produce a huge surplus this year at a time when southern Europe (and the global economy) need a boost in demand.
The shale-energy revolution that started in the US is causing sweeping changes worldwide.
In a surprise judgment, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has ruled that the European Union's Council of Ministers was legally entitled to refuse a 1.7% salary increase for European Union staff that the [...]
Industry and governments are worried that the upcoming Commission proposal could discourage shale gas exploration
MEPs must choose between accepting a weak Council position on control of biofuel or handing the issue to the next Parliament
Negotiations need to strike a balance between economic interests and protecting citizens
The worst mistake made by journalists after the fall of communism was not to track what was happening to the old regime's money and members
Shipping emissions continue to grow at an alarming rate and the EU has yet to introduce regulation of the sector
Short-term economic interests are trumping long-term environmental goals
Three illusions are responsible for the German public's growing aversion to European integration
Those who oppose the extremism of the far-right should not delude themselves that Euro-enthusiasm is the only way of combating the unpalatable.
The European Union needs a more robust strategy to tackle rights abuses within its borders.
The belief that the UK can go it alone is a fantasy that will accelerate the country's decline
Europe's financial markets are heading more towards renationalisation than banking union
From violating airspace to barring Estonian fish, Russia is probing Europe's weaknesses and divisions
The EEAS needs to play a bigger role in the EU's climate strategy