Michèle Rivasi slams the European commission's lack of action over endocrine disrupting chemicals, saying it endangers citizens' fundamental right to health.
With Russia seeking to reclaim influence through its Eurasian economic union, the EU must maintain the attractiveness of the eastern partnership, says Heidi Hautala.
In continuing to build illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory, Israel is undermining the peace process, writes Martina Anderson.
With multidrug-resistant TB on the rise across Europe, the Latvian EU council presidency's focus on eliminating the disease could not come at a better time, says Giovanni Battista Migliori.
Europe's water and sewerage services are in danger of being 'taken for granted' by policymakers, warns Carl-Emil Larsen.
Europe is well-placed to take advantage of innovations in water infrastructure and technology, says Simon Buckle.
EU capitals need to take more than a 'business as usual' approach to managing water resources, argues Giovanni La Via.
Despite some 'modest' improvements, Europe is still far from attaining the sustainable management of its water resources, argues Hans Bruyninckx.
This week's European water conference was a 'wake up call' for EU member states, suggests Karl Falkenberg.
One year after over 200 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped by members of Boko Haram, the international community must not give up efforts to rescue them, writes Mariela Baeva.
India is making great strides to capitalise on its potential as an investment destination, writes Madi Sharma.
The EU must help 'relaunch the moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process', says Yossi Lempkowicz.
It is time the EU adopted net neutrality, but governments have been favouring company interests over those of their citizens, writes Emmanuel Foulon.
As one MEP takes to holding a 'language strike', the EU's promise of promoting language diversity has come under renewed scrutiny.