Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania want to be in Schengen. But only one looks set to get membership, despite recent efforts to convince obstructive governments.
The EU found a couple of extra percentage points down the back of the sofa to help meet its big climate goal. But is this kind of incremental policymaking enough?
The EU's quest for "tax fairness" has been dealt a blow. But is it all doom and gloom?
The EU just agreed on new 'engine-killing' rules. So why is Brussels undermining its achievement already?
There is a narrow window for governments to sew climate action into the fabric of society. But that window won't stay open forever.
Italy has a female leader, finally. But glass-ceiling-smashing counts for little compared to the sense of foreboding about Giorgia Meloni's new government
Russia's Ukraine invasion has inadvertently prompted huge rethinks of how countries go about their business. This last ten days was no exception.
Germany has inadvertently triggered a rethink about how the EU should respond to the energy crisis. Thanks, Berlin.
A new pan-European initiative that brings together EU members, EU-hopefuls and the EU-curious kicks off next week. But what will this new forum look like?
Finland and Sweden's NATO bids risk being upended by an EU ally that is making a habit of being the troublesome fly in the political ointment.
Ursula von der Leyen wants EU reform. But is her pledge more about securing Europe's future or her own?
Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania want to join Schengen. In a fast-changing world, the chances of that happening have become much more likely.
Germany signed up to a big energy pact with Canada, but is it as big a deal as Berlin claims?
The UK and EU are going to war over Horizon Europe. Science and research will be the main casualties.
Support for a ban on entry visas for Russians is building. But any nixing of travel privileges must be implemented wisely.
2022 is halfway done. Here are the 10 big things you need to look out for before 2023 pulls into the station.
Saying 'I told you so' is only human nature but when it comes to the escalating climate crisis, should be avoided.
The EU's top court is on summer break but before the judges went off on their holidays, they ruled on three cases that all have rather farcical elements to them
Abortion rights have been dealt a blow in the US, prompting EU lawmakers to try and bolster protections on this side of the Atlantic. But they face big hurdles.
Vetoes sometimes prevent the EU from acting on the world stage. Could a little-used and little-known tool dilute the blocking power of obstructive governments?
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