Secularism, as a bulwark to radicalisation, should be a key EU foreign policy priority, argues the European Foundation for Democracy's Tommaso Virgili.
Chinese companies have become the fastest growing source of foreign investment in Europe, writes Victor Zhang.
The EU and member states have not fully implemented the principles of the UN convention, argues Luk Zelderloo.
The European commission must ensure that social media companies will respect national laws against incitement to religious hatred and violence, says Roberta Bonazzi.
Liquefied petroleum gas can reach isolated rural communities and benefit millions of people, writes Samuel Maubanc...
All the evidence shows that efficient labour markets actually drive economic growth, says Eurociett's Denis Pennel
Ahead of their annual conference, IFAH-Europe's Roxane Feller explains why a better EU veterinary medicines regulatory framework is needed.
Recent eastern partnership summit tainted by ambiguity over EU's Caspian partner, argues Azerbaijani parliament member Azay Guliyev.
What is the best way to address societal and political concerns about the impact of pharmaceuticals on the environment? IFAH-Europe's...
There's overwhelming evidence supporting a limit on industrially produced ...
Commission's plans for harmonising veterinary medicine authorisation need review, argues IFAH-Europe's ...
Europe's single market is hampered by a lack of harmonisation in cross-border delivery rules, argues Jaap Mulders of the European Express Association.
The EU's new clinical trials regulation still has a few implementation challenges to overcome, says Prof. Christian Dittrich.
Simpler rules for packaging means more veterinary medicines will reach Europe's smaller markets, says IFAH-Europe's...
Montenegro needs to make meaningful reforms if it is to accomplish its goal of EU membership, argues Matthias Menke.
EU digital policy serves as a blueprint for Europe's future economic growth, says Oliver Süme, president of EuroISPA.
MEPs can ensure the right balance between sustainable stocks and a viable fishing sector, says Europêche's Kathryn Stack.
EU’s policymakers need to recognise the scale and threat of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, argues Colin Mackay
Current EU veterinary medicines review lacks focus on ROI for innovative companies, argues IFAH-Europe's Rick Clayton.
TTIP will allow Brussels greater influence in Washington, argues Craig Willy.