Should the British Postal service, Royal Mail, issue a special stamp to commemorate the UK’s departure from the EU?
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev vetoed on Tuesday an anti-corruption law demanded by the European Commission claiming that the law is ineffective.
The head of European diplomacy, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, lamented on Tuesday “the unacceptable loss of human life”, in conjunction with the recent demonstrations in Iran.
The European Union said on Monday that it “hoped” that that the right to demonstrate will be “guaranteed” in Iran.
In January 2018, Kazakhstan takes over the chairmanship of the United Nation Security Council, UNSC, for a one-month period.
A new audit report published last week by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) concludes that the special board set up by EU to reconstruct failing banks is still very much work in progress. The Single Resolution Board was established in 2015 in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis…
Former President of the Catalan government, Carles Puigdemont, announced that he is prepared to meet Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, “in any EU member country”, outside Spain, following the results of the regional  election.
With nearly 99% of the votes counted, the three pro-independence parties in Catalonia received an absolute majority in the regional parliament, although the anti-independence party Ciudadanos received most seats.
The European Union (EU) on Thursday extended by six months its economic sanctions against Russia for its presumed involvement in the conflict that has wracked eastern Ukraine for more than three and a half years.
Yesterday the Commission decided to start legal proceedings against Poland to protect the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary in the country. After almost two years of failed dialogue, the Commission concluded that there is a clear risk of a serious breach of the rule of law…