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ISS Commander Frank De Winne talks building villages on the moon, cooperation with China and more.
Germany's recent political turmoil has prompted renewal among the country's main parties - except for the SPD, writes Yuriy Sheyko.
Geoffrey Van Orden, who knew Tsvangirai, reflects on his legacy and on Zimbabwe's future.
Governments must step up to fill the UNRWA funding gap left by the US, and ensure continued access to education for children in war-torn countries, writes Mariela Baeva.
The potentially damaging effects of Brexit on Europe's regions remains absent from negotiations between the EU and UK, says Eleni Marianou.
The new the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway is good news for the EU, says Ceyhun Osmanli.
On International Interns Day, the European Parliament is both a champion and a hypocrite, writes Bryn Watkins.
Pakistan’s disregard to the Islamic terrorism ripping through its cities is inexcusable, argue MEPs Jussi Halla-aho and Nicolas Bay
The former President of Catalonia, Artur Mas, discusses what Catalan independence could mean for Spain and the EU and what lies ahead for possible future negotiations.
Thanks to Brexit, the value of the European project is now coming into full view, says Friends of Europe Chairman
Angela Merkel's CDU party in coalition with the FDP would likely be the best result in assisting the UK's EU exit, argues Alexander Fiuza.
The violence that erupted in Charlottesville was widely condemned in European political and media circles, but they are more reluctant to recognise or address similar issues closer to home, writes Karen Taylor.
The UK's former Europe minister Denis Macshane explains why he believes Brexit may never happen.
The Brexit talks cannot progress until a financial settlement is reached, says Andrew Duff.
The EU must be more strategic when thinking about military capabilities, writes Christian Moos.
There are concerns that regulations on animal experiments could be lost after Brexit, writes Jan Creamer.
Brexit has motivated the architects of a federal Europe not to re-think, but to double-down on their own propaganda, claims Alexander Fiuza.
Due to the turmoil in the Middle East and in the Gulf, regard should be given to Oman as the only peaceful and internationally active actor, writes Rio Praaning Prawira Adiningrat.
Connections into Europe fostered by the European Union have been enormously valuable for the UK, writes Christina Slade.
The position of expatriate EU citizens living in the UK and that of UK citizens living in other EU member states has singularly failed to be addressed, writes Kristina Howells.
Giandonato Caggiano guides us through the legal intricacies of Brexit and the culture and education sectors.
The UK general election has provided Theresa May with one final shot at Brexit, writes Andrew Duff.
Political changes in three key western democracies have obvious and important repercussions for their own citizens - but they also impact strongly on Europe and the world, writes Shada Islam.
Earlier this year, the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) launched its own reflection on the future of Europe, set within the wider context of the debate at EU level, explains Eleni Marianou.
Federica Mogherini is on the right track with the global strategy, but its success depends on the political will of the member states, argues Fraser Cameron.
A 'responsible' recycling licence fee should ensure proper dismantling of oil rigs and merchant ships, say Martin Siecker and Richard Adams.
Brexit has already started having a negative impact on Europe's creative industries, warns Bernd Fesel.
North Korean workers in Poland earn less than €120 a month, claims Willy Fautré.
The internet has already started to reshape our world - how will this look in a few years, asks Spiro Dhapi.
The UK's general election will be no coronation for Theresa May, writes Mike Rann.