In the coming months, EuropeInfos will be publishing a series of articles that seek to understand the new rifts between West and East Europe.
For John Sweeney, Social Europe is too narrowly conceived and should also include the Union’s Neighbourhood.
Qualified majority has brought compulsory relocation of refugees in the EU. But consensus was reached concerning the management of future influx of newcomers and external borders’ reinforcement.
With the Syrian refugee crisis, over the next few months EU Member States will have to define what sort of borders delimit the European free circulation area.
The hottest news topics in Europe this summer have been the Greek crisis and the refugee drama.
Surrounded by an arch of instability, the European Union is currently reforming its Neighbourhood Policy. In which direction should it go?
European crossroads: Cosmetic or real openness to giving an answer to the needs of millions of migrants and refugees seeking an alternative to despair?
A border is not only the line, often arbitrary, that delimits an area over which there is sovereignty. A border is also an “in-between” place for meetings or holding a parlay.
The Fourth Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga was not about making ambitious announcements. It was rather about finding a compromise in a very diverse environment.
A few months ahead of the expected adoption of the post-2015 Agenda for Sustainable Development at UN level, the importance of decent work for sustainable development was highlighted at a high-level debate at the European Parliament.
The central goals of the new Commission, in particular growth and employment, largely determine its work programme on migration issues.