The important role that GPs play in Europe’s healthcare systems needs to be recognised at EU level, argues Aldo Lupo
With diplomatic relations between the Democratic Republic of Congo and the EU at an all-time low, the country's election crisis will be a litmus test as to whether the EU has serious intentions...
Europe is lagging behind on several breakthrough technologies, especially in the field of agricultural biotechnology, explains Joanna Dupont-Inglis.
As with Hezbollah, the EU should designate the Houthis as terrorists, argues Julie Lenarz.
Expanding ‘traffic light’ labelling trials across Europe can help build consumer awareness around this well-established nutritional information scheme, explains PepsiCo’s Silviu Popovici.
The emergence of new migration routes highlights the need for the EU to get closer to its Mediterranean partners
2018 has seen increasing pressure on Western Mediterranean migration routes, writes Jeanne Laperrouze.
Interfaith dialogue unlocks moderation, mutual respect and understanding
Europe’s cloud infrastructure providers support the EU’s intentions to crack down on online terrorist content, however policymakers are targeting the wrong players, explains Alban Schmutz.
Ukraine is committed to a modern future in a united European continent, writes Olga Trofimtseva.
The collective goal of tackling antibiotic resistance should be to ensure One Health for our people, our animals and our planet, argues Roxane Feller
European plant scientists are hindered by an outdated regulatory framework that is at odds with recent scientific evidence, writes Dirk Inzé.
Each day brings another twist and turn in the Brexit saga and there is still more to come, writes Dmitry Leus.
Regulatory policy for efficient electricity markets should establish merchant transmission investments as the ‘default’ option, argues Professor William W. Hogan.
Outcomes of the H2020 EUREST-PLUS project will be presented on October 18, 2018 at the European Parliament in Brussels
Sigrid Ligné on why the European soft drinks industry has set high ambitions to make its plastic packaging more sustainable.
Preserving food cultures is beneficial regardless of Brexit, argues Leonardo González Dellán.
Today far too much plastic waste still escapes the European collection system. Of the 60m tonnes of plastics produced annually in the EU, only around 25.5m tonnes are collected and a mere 6.6m...
The EU must help ‘anchor’ Western Balkan countries by supporting their Nato and EU integration prospects, argues Eli Hadzhieva.
The European forest fibre and paper industry is a catalyst for Europe’s circular bioeconomy, explains Sylvain Lhôte.
As ways of working evolve, we need to continually adapt legislation and social protection schemes to accommodate them, explains Michael Freytag.