Deputy mayor and Alderman of Brussels Ans Persoons explains how the Belgian capital is improving and getting greener.
Viktor Orbán played host to the US rightwing this week. He is looking for friends, as erstwhile allies in Europe tire of his irritating behaviour.
The EU needs MEPs to stand up to national governments but it isn't panning out that way lately.
EU enlargement is back on the agenda. Now Brussels has to think about new faces, old faces and keeping on good terms with its neighbours. No easy task.
The European Union is on a mission to help 100 cities go carbon-neutral by 2030 with extra funding, preferential treatment and a dedicated platform to exchange ideas.
A new inquiry into a spyware scandal might open a Pandora's Box.
Finland and Sweden may soon want to join NATO. But getting membership is not as simple as it may first seem.
More Ukrainians will be forced to seek help in Europe. New research shows that friends and family contacts are a strong pull factor, debunking misconceptions.
Voting in EU elections hasn't changed much in 40 years. MEPs are keen to bring that streak to an end.
Brussels' air pollution is emblematic of many problems the wider world faces
Europe will keep buying Russian fossil fuels but not its steel. That matters.
Some problems are easy to solve. Russia's influence over the EU is one of them.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has no real winners. Except Emmanuel Macron.
Hungary and Slovenia's prime ministers face crunch elections in April. Uncertainty has driven them into each other's arms.
African and EU leaders met this week for a long-delayed summit. How far do European hands actually reach across the Med?
A new breakthrough in how energy is produced lends perspective to power plays in Brussels.
Cleaning up Europe's transport sector is no easy task but results are starting to look promising.
Q&A with Belgium's Deputy Prime Minister, Petra De Sutter
If Russia forces the EU's hand, Brussels should punish Moscow by locking it out of the clean energy transition.
EU-wide patent protection is nearly a reality. If done right, it could boost Europe's standing in the world immeasurably.
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