The escalating spate of mass shootings from Christchurch to El Paso has been enabled by the fact that millions of ordinary people now believe in the existence of an Islamist conspiracy to ‘replace...
The case of Qatari-controlled, UK-based Al Rayan Bank, which continues to provide financial services to a series of Islamist and extremist groups blacklisted by other institutions, highlights the...
Youssef Kobo explains how anti-palm oil lobbies are hurting the environment and the EU’s poorest members
Students Martina Helmlinger and Lilli Schütz tell us why they are launching a Citizens’ Initiative to ensure the EU can benefit responsibly from new plant breeding techniques.
Israeli innovation puts the spotlight on long-ignored women’s health in Europe
Preachers of Hate series puts a spotlight on Pre-hate environment.
More needs to be done to make more people aware of the potential dangers of mineral wool, writes James Wilson
European technology is at the forefront, so how can policy speed up a digitalised economy, asks Gabriel Solomon.
Tangier overlooks a sea of opportunities with the launch of the Mediterranean's largest port just 14 km away from the EU, says Eli Hadzhieva - founder and director of Dialogue for Europe...
Ukraine’s home is the European family of nations, says Alexey Perevezentsev - Ukrainian State Secretary for Economic Development and Trade.
Togo needs the European Union to apply real pressure, says Nathaniel Olympio.
Europe’s new leaders must tackle disinformation, argues EuropaBio’s Beat Späth
By bringing together technical expertise and know-how with vast scale and data the EU can achieve a more effective and pragmatic approach to AI policy, writes Digital Europe’s Cecilia Bonefeld-...
Qatar’s blatant disregard for worker wellbeing is a stain on the football world, argues Willy Fautré.
Europe’s increasingly protectionist policies are sabotaging its trade relations across the world, argues Massimo Cugusi.
Agnieszka Łukaszczyk explains how satellite imagery can help set the UN Sustainable Development Goals back on track.
Europe must boost its investment in research and innovation, argue the European University Association’s Rolf Tarrach and Michael Murphy
When countries around the world are sinking billions into deep technologies like photonics, why does it always feel like the EU is consistently applying the brake, asks Carlos Lee.
CANSO Director of European Affairs & Civil Air Navigation Services Tanja Grobotek explains.