EU-wide patent protection is nearly a reality. If done right, it could boost Europe's standing in the world immeasurably.
Q&A with Brussels' climate minister
Will the European Parliament get more power in 2022? Or continue to be sidelined?
Just before Christmas was normally a safe time for the EU to publish unpopular decisions. Not so this year.
National and European politicians may work in different places but they still have to coordinate what they do.
Croatia, the EU's newest member, is about to deliver a much needed boost to European integration.
In the coming months, the first low traffic neighbourhoods are going to be installed.
Europe’s political landscape resembled the Mad Hatter’s tea party this week, as government leaders changed places at an alarming rate.
Germany's new government may hold the key to how EU policies are crafted for the next decade.
Italy has had a success-filled 2021. Its government is about to cap the year off in style.
The EU's research programme risks being undermined by the murky world of politics.
Angela Merkel is leaving politics and taking with her a sense of decency that will be sorely missed.
Coal power has taken an battering at the UN climate summit as more countries say they will ditch the fossil fuel.
Uber wants 50% of its rides to be zero-emissions by 2025. In Brussels, the current rate is about 0.01%
‘Money makes the world go round’ or so the saying goes. How to actually spend it is now the talk of the town and some radical thinking might be needed.
Turkey can now benefit from EU schemes such as Erasmus+ and Horizon Europe but the UK's participation in these programmes has been obstructed by Brexit.
The EU as a whole may be on track to pass its first big emissions-busting test, but Belgium is one of the worst climate performers.
The EU has a lot of admirable goals, but the partners it works with to try and make its policies a reality can often raise eyebrows. This week provided yet another example of that.
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