The Arab Spring: focus on North African countries
Fr. Christophe Roucou interviewed several bishops living in the North African countries
European Court of Human Rights
The final word on the Lautsi case: the European Court of Human Rights opts for reasonableness
The so-called ‘Lautsi case’ has been one
The Arab Spring
When the Arab Spring started, there seemed to be a striking similarity between the events in Tunis and Cairo and those in Central and Eastern
The “Arab Spring”: what role can the European Union play?
Since the start of this year, a wave of unprecedented insurgency
Persecution of Christians finally given the attention it deserves
Rethinking the external action of the EU
The Commission has opened a wide process of public consultation that aims to redefine crucial elements
In favour of a cooperation treaty between the EU and the US
The EU-US summit on 20 November found itself overshadowed by the NATO summit held the day before.
The Tripoli Declaration falls well short of the Summit’s ambitions, but sets challenging targets for the EU
Religious freedom – a condition for peace
This year, Pope Benedict XVI devoted his Message for the World Day of Peace to the question of religious freedom.
European development days 2010
The fifth year of the European Development Days was held on 6 – 7 December 2010 in Brussels, organised jointly by the European Commission
OSCE Commitments to Freedom of Religion or Belief
Issues related to religion or belief are hitting the headlines of newspapers, are debated on radio and television