A declaration of Hizbollah?s military wing as a terrorist group, which must be backed by all EU member states, has been gaining momentum
Shortly before his visit to Athens today, Thursday, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble expressed his approval of Greece’s economic development. But in the eyes of the commentators, he is only trying to calm his fellow Germans in the run-up to the federal elections this autumn, after which further billions will be heading for the Greek capital.
Greek Cyprus ministers approved plans for a first casino resortas they scramble to woo investment to offset a deep recession
The country, which on many levels is as cultured as any, is stranded a generation or more in the past when it comes to gender and racial equality
The expulsion of a Kazakh dissident?s family amounted to ?extraordinary rendition?, say human rights experts about a case threatening Rome?s coalition
Adequate decision making on energy policies must be based on accurate information and cannot rely on outdated knowledge and misconceptions. A new series of fact sheets explores the myths and facts of Europe?s energy sector.
by Sven Haertig-Tokarz, cross-posted from the Bankwatch blog
Energy is an important issue cutting across some of the big problems of our time such as climate change, security and the economic crisis. What sources of energy we use and how we finance them influence how our societies will function in the decades to come
There is word is that Bulgaria needs a grand coalition to get the country from the impasse and prepare early elections, probably to coincide with the European elections on 22 May.
No matter how antagonistic the relations between the party GERB of former prime minister Boyko Borissov and the Bulgarian Socialist Party BSP may be, this looks like the only wise option.
Angela Merkel?s re-election campaign is under pressure following reports of intensified co-operation between German and US intelligence services