Irish MEP Nessa Childers tells the Parliament Magazine that she believes the 'extend and pretend approach' to Greek debt cannot continue.
MEP Sandra Kalniete has been denied entry into Russia as she was travelling to Moscow to attend Boris Nemtsov's funeral.
A cross-party working group has been set up in the European parliament to counter the growing influence of tobacco companies.
Laws governing data usage are inadequate for the smartphone age, argues Timothy Kirkhope.
Energy union is an attempt to take control of member state's energy policy, warns David Coburn.
As Lithuania marks 25 years of independence, Petras Auštrevičius calls for more cooperation in defending western values.
Former MEP Marianne Thyssen knows she has a delicate task ahead of her, but is determined to tackle 'unacceptable' levels of unemployment and poverty within the EU.
Despite recent Economic hardships, reforms by European governments have put the EU back on track for growth and employment, says Valdis Dombrovskis.
European SMEs could help relaunch growth and employment in the EU, but they need help to compete internationally, argues Elżbieta Bieńkowska.
The EU has the experience and the drive to rise to the global challenges it faces, argues Federica Mogherini.
British EU membership is 'biggest threat' to UK-US special relationship, argues Nile Gardiner.
Politicians and former politicians cannot be allowed to use their positions 'to line their pockets', argues David Lundy.
The private sector can make an important contribution to bridging the ICT skills gap and tackling youth unemployment, argues Tony Graziano.
Sophocles could teach our politicians a thing or two about courage and statesmanship, argues Haridimos Tsoukas