The European Parliament is stepping up efforts to combat voter apathy and raise public awareness of next year’s European elections.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has called on Russia to return the Ukrainian sailors and naval vessels it captured in the Sea of Azov.
A senior Greens MEP has disparaged eleventh-hour attempts to persuade MPs to back Theresa May’s controversial Brexit deal.
Nord Stream 2 is the embodiment of hybrid warfare and would put Energy Union at risk, argues Petras Auštrevičius.
2016 will be the year of delivery for Energy Union, writes Maroš Šefcovic.
The Commission is set to revise the energy efficiency directive later this year. How are MEPs looking to influence this key update?
Public-Private Partnerships are a deeply worrying trend and carry far more risk for the state than for the private companies involved, writes Enrique Guerrero Salom.
As a prominent trade partner of Pakistan, the EU has a duty to hold Pakistan accountable for its apathy regarding the indigenous Kalash community, argues Nicolas Bay.
Despite the impact of Brexit, the EU and UK’s defence and security relationship should remain intrinsically linked, argues Clare Moody
Parliament has given its stamp of approval to legislation aimed at combating money laundering, which will also help fight tax evasion.
The EU's security environment has undergone dramatic changes in recent years and is as unstable as ever, and the CSDP must be updated to reflect this, say MEPs.
MEPs have voted through a resolution calling on the member states to meet their official development assistance (ODA) targets and set a timetable for reaching them by 2020.
The chair of parliament’s SEDE committee Anna Elżbieta Fotyga discusses the threats Europe faces, cooperation with Nato, fake news, AI weapons and UK defence relations post Brexit.
By 2020 there will be an estimated 120 million people with disabilities in the EU. We must ensure that these citizens are able to live as full and independent lives as possible while maximising their capacities and potential, argues Marek Plura.
Ahead of the COP24 UN climate change conference in Poland, Dutch MEP Bas Eickhout says EU renewable policy is falling short, but what worries him more is the EU’s policy on fossil fuels.
Watch all the victorious European parliamentarians accepting their MEP awards at this year's ceremony.
MEP Awards 2015 host Viviane Reding speaks to the Parliament Magazine after the ceremony.
The 2014 MEP Awards winners send a message to the potential shortlistees of 2015.
November saw the thinning of the Spitzenkandidat field as various contestants for the post of Commission President were either selected by their respective political parties or decided to drop out.
Now that the EPP, PES, the European Greens, and the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe have unveiled their potential Spitzenkandidaten nominees, the Dods EU Monitoring Team, as part of its E
With the European Parliament elections just around the corner, Dods is officially launching its comprehensive 2019 Elections Package.
The Dods EU Guide into the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU is a handy compressed overview of the main priorities, key dates and contacts of the Austrian Presidency. It will allow public affairs professionals to easily navigate the EU political agenda for the next six months.
The European Parliament endorsed the provisional agreement reached on new rules on type approval of motor vehicles.
On January 19 2018, DG CNECT organised a public hearing regarding the review of the public sector information directive.
Making innovation happen is more than just a motto for the EIT, writes Dirk Jan van den Berg.
McDonald's is helping young people develop the skills they need to succeed through apprenticeships, writes David Fairhurst.
It is imperative to seize the momentum of recent policy developments at both European and international level, argues Philippe Mengal.
MEPs and member states must bring clarity on the first mobility package, argues IRU’s Matthias Maedge
The PVC sector is hitting EU recycling targets and going even further, writes Brigitte Dero.
Cancer is the leading cause of work-related deaths in the EU, explains Christa Sedlatschek.
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.
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.