Kashmir: Not the West’s problem

23 October 2019

However great the temptation, the West must resist interfering like the colonial powers of old, writes Dinesh Dhamija

 

 

 

Solving Yemen’s intractable war

22 October 2019

James Wilson explains how a negotiator could play a key role in the UN’s plan for solving the crisis in Yemen.

Making Europe a smoke-free environment

21 October 2019

Maximilian Kunisch debunks claims made by a smokers’ campaign that current European smoking and vaping regulation is “extreme” and “worrying”.

To save the EU from collapse, we must reinvent democracy

16 October 2019

Dr. Saqib Qureshi explains why governments should look at what works in the private sector and use that to enhance the public sector.

Becoming our best selves

16 October 2019

The EU administration can be a role model for the whole of the EU, believes Emily O’Reilly.

New EU life sciences and biotech strategy would help people and the planet

15 October 2019

The EU must embrace biotech’s potential to help make Europe the world’s first carbon neutral continent, argues Joanna Dupont Inglis.

AI: Giving healthcare professionals 'The Gift of Time'

24 September 2019

AI will transform the lives of both patients and healthcare professionals, explains Jan-Philipp Beck.

Healthy workplaces lighten the load

23 September 2019

Christa Sedlatschek reflects on 25 years of making Europe’s workplaces safer, healthier and more productive.

An enabling policy framework can all help to reduce emissions

12 September 2019

An enabling policy framework can all help to reduce emissions, explains Philippe Ducom.

23 October 2019

Huawei’s Abraham Liu believes we’re on the cusp of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ – and the leadership for it can come from Europe.

22 October 2019

From Venezuela to Afghanistan, Federica Mogherini has been the EU’s go-to person on foreign policy for the last five years. In an increasingly unstable world, she tells Rajnish Singh that the EU’s emphasis on international cooperation is not only relevant but crucial.

7 October 2019

Petra De Sutter was a world-renowned gynaecologist and fertility expert when she decided to take the leap into politics. Now a newly-elected MEP and Chair of Parliament’s IMCO Committee, she tells Lorna Hutchinson what drives her passion for Green policymaking and sexual and reproductive health and rights.

New opportunities

23 October 2019

The potential of new technologies like 5G should be weighed against possible security risks, a recent conference in the European Parliament was told. Martin Banks reports.

Girls Speak Out

23 October 2019

The European Week of Action for Girls (EWAG) brought together youth advocates and newly-elected MEPs to discuss how the EU can scale up its commitment for girls to pursue their goals. Lorna Hutchinson reports on an inspirational initiative to help shape a better world for all girls

Gastein 2019: A healthy dose of disruption

22 October 2019

Participants at this year’s European Health Forum Gastein (EHFG) were urged to embrace the challenge of integrating “disruption” into Europe’s healthcare systems. The Parliament Magazine’s Martin Banks and Brian Johnson were on hand to report.

22 October 2019

From Venezuela to Afghanistan, Federica Mogherini has been the EU’s go-to person on foreign policy for the last five years. In an increasingly unstable world, she tells Rajnish Singh that the EU’s emphasis on international cooperation is not only relevant but crucial.

27 September 2019

István Ujhelyi (HU/S&D) is vice-chair of the parliaments transport and tourism (TRAN) committee.

18 September 2019

Pina Picierno (IT/S&D) is a 2019 MEP award winner and member of parliament’s FEMM and AGRI committees

17 July 2019

Maria Spyraki (EL/EPP) is a 2019 MEP award winner and member of parliament’s ITRE and REGI committees

26 September 2019

The growing demand for food makes changing EU attitudes to GMO technology essential.

23 September 2019

The Green Deal is at the heart of the EU’s ambitions of becoming climate-neutral. Transparency is essential to its success argue Karen Melchior and Lara Wolters.

20 September 2019

Mayors representing 8,000 European cities have called for urgent action to meet the EU’s commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement.