Europe’s economic crisis will not be quickly overcome. The challenge will test politicians while affirming their vocation.
Form counts as much as content. A new version of this adage was provided at the end of June during the final negotiations on the future Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).
Can an ambitious plan to achieve a ‘competitive, low-carbon economy’ protect the interests of those in poverty?
When unemployment in Europe reaches intolerable figures, especially among young people, it is necessary to remember, as Pope Francis does, the moral dignity of work.
For many of the 12 million EU citizens who study, work or live in a Member State of which they are not nationals, free movement does not equal freedom from bureaucracy.
The EU Foreign Affairs Council has adopted the “EU Guidelines on the promotion and protection of freedom of religion or belief“, a practical non-binding handbook for its EU Delegations and Representations.
The question of aid to Egypt will also have to be reassessed now that there is a new government in power.
This may come as a surprise but for ages the Croats have been holding most Europeans by the neck.
The European Union could be the leader in the solution to the problem of natural resource exploitation in conflict areas.
> 10-13 December
Plenary Session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg
> 14 December
Eurozone Summit, in Brussels
> 13-14 December
European Council, in Brussels