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MEPs must back vote to accurately count EU's fish stocks ǀ View
MEPs will this week take part in a vote that will prove crucial to the future of our seas and the communities who depend on them, says the EU Fisheries Control Coalition
With Draghi, Italy has a chance to set aside Conte’s economic misadventures ǀ View
Human rights lawyers in Turkey face threats and detention | View
The EU must prevent the COVID vaccine roll-out creating two-tier societies ǀ View
Golf isn’t just old white men damaging the planet: A rebuttal
Writer and founder of The Club Ryan Curtis responds to last week's op-ed which called for the end of golf.
Trump's Blackwater pardons could fuel retaliation on anniversary of Soleimani's assassination ǀ View
Why COVID-19 shows that migrants’ integration in Europe is as important as ever ǀ View
Europe needs and depends on migration to sustain its own development and the well-being of its citizens. Yet, when it comes to acknowledging their contributions, migrants are left at the mercy of socio-economic hardships on the fringes of society.
Zdravko Krivokapić: Montenegro’s membership of the EU can inspire the European dream ǀ View
EU lawmakers should be careful what they wish for when it comes to Internet regulation ǀ View
The publication of the Digital Services Act by the EU will be a first step in providing a legal environment for tech companies. But Internet regulation must not create any unintended consequences for the way we communicate online.
The rule of law deal that saved Angela Merkel’s legacy ǀ View
The EU must leverage closer trade ties with Uzbekistan to ensure progress on human rights ǀ View
As Uzbekistan’s applies to the EU's GSP+ scheme, Brussels should use its leverage in the application process to ensure progress is being made on human and labour rights in the central Asian country.
Election misinformation isn't an American phenomenon - it's spreading across Europe, too ǀ View
Hungary needs the power of love, not Viktor Orbán’s love for power ǀ View
Rather than concentrating on tackling the rising surge of coronavirus cases, Hungary's government is preoccupied with stripping away the rights of its citizens, starting with the LGBTI community.
Europe’s overreach with the Recovery Fund may spell the end of the euro ǀ View
Between governance mechanisms, assessment criteria, anti-corruption provisions, and basic rule of law principles, the fight to get the EU's Recovery Fund over the line is shaping up to be only half the battle.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted barriers to vital digital financial services for refugees ǀ View
Belgrade's Biden conundrum: How US-Serbian relations will shape up post-Trump ǀ View
Joe Biden's election offers lessons for Europe on how to deal with far-right populism ǀ View
US election: So what do the opinion polls say on the eve of the vote?
Poland's highest court has legalised the torture of women. We will fight back for our rights ǀ View
David Miliband: If Biden wins, Europe needs to make itself an indispensable partner abroad ǀ View
If Joe Biden wins the US presidency on November 3, he is going to have his hands full at home. As well as working with the US on domestic goals, Europe needs to learn to make itself an indispensable partner abroad to tackle global problems.
Georgia’s potential at risk because of creeping Russian influence and private interests ǀ View
With elections looming at the weekend, Georgia's political and economic progress to date could be at the stake as it comes under increasing pressure from private interests and malign Russian influence.
Without access to online teaching, Roma children’s education has been put on hold by COVID-19 ǀ View
Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.
The need to support Rohingya refugees is at an all-time high ǀ View
As climate change begins to bite, ending overfishing will safeguard our oceans’ health ǀ View
The troubled lives of Catalan presidents are an echo of Catalonia’s troubles within Spain ǀ View