A new report paints a grim picture of efforts to control corruption in the European Union.
EU navigates the [...]
Unprecedented numbers of continental Europeans now speak in the angry and resentful tones traditionally heard from British Eurosceptics
There are many serious and legitimate concerns that have been raised about the role of lobbying in recent years.
Malika Hamidi, the general manager of the European Muslim Network, on why being in demand is a double-edged sword
Carl Bildt, Sweden's foreign minister, had a bit of a wild weekend.
Carl Bildt drew on all his diplomatic experience as a foreign minister and ex-prime minister when he observed about the Eurovision Song Contest that “regional patterns persist in voting”.
Positive views of the EU are at record lows, according to survey.
Commission has received complaints about 20 hospitals.
Each year, two cities in the European Union are designated ‘European capital of culture'. They are selected by their national governments, with member states taking turns according to a schedule agreed in 2007 and that [...]
Tapping into the growth potential of European cities tops the list of challenges facing policymakers
Stefan Gehrold on his travels with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation
Electoral success for a Eurosceptic party in the United Kingdom has sent a wave of doubt through the European Union's political establishment, which fears similar setbacks in other member states.
Unemployment benefit period could be extended
The next elections to the European Parliament could turn into a perfect storm.
Giulio Andreotti, one of the giants of post-war politics in Italy and in Europe's Christian Democratic movement, died at the age of 94 on Monday (6 May).
When it comes to patient health, full disclosure of clinical trials results is a must
Five young consultants take on critics of the public-affairs profession
Optimism is in short supply in the EU and the Italians are particularly struggling to stay positive
Town-twinning has moved beyond cultural exchange to embrace social inclusion and the environment, explains Sophie Beernaerts
Throughout May, the EU is hosting workshops, exhibitions, ‘brain days', and laboratory visits.
European Union to have more power over cross-border health threats, including bulk ordering of vaccines.
Judge says Scottish plans for alcohol pricing do not break EU law.
The process of globalisation has been accompanied by a growth in fear.
European Medicines Agency considering appealing decision based on legal action by two drugs companies.
Smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death in the EU.
Committee in the Council of Europe's political assembly says Hungary's constitution erodes democratic checks and balances.
A British film-maker explains the challenge that malaria posed him – and his response.
Exploring whether transparency is a good thing.
The Irish central bank issued 10,000 silver coins commemorating James Joyce which misquoted his masterpiece "Ulysses".
A round-up of the international press on Wednesday, 17 April.