Italy and France signed a treaty to strengthen their relationship on Friday, 27 November. The Quirinale treaty, named after one of the official residences of the President of Italy, touches upon several sectors to foster […]
The European Peoples Party (EPP) has elected Roberta Metsola from Malta to be their candidate to become the president of the European Parliament. Metsola was up against the Austrian Othmar Karas and Dutch Esther de Lange.
Esther de Lange, Dutch MEP of the European Peoples Party (EPP), submitted her candidacy to be the EPP nominee for the President of the European Parliament.
The European Union (EU) might impose new sanctions on Belarus as of Monday, 15 November, since Belarusian President Aleksander Lukashenko continues to use migrants to destabilise the security and stability of Poland, and therefore of […]
The European Commission approved another vaccine against the coronavirus to enter the European Market on Wednesday, 10 November. French pharmaceutical company Valneva is expected to deliver almost 27 million doses to EU Member States in 2022, with the possibility of supplying up to 33 million more in 2023.
‘The EU was right in fining google a sum of 2.4 billion euro’s in 2017’. That concludes the European court of justice. The giant tech company favoured its own shopping services over those of competing companies.
Members of the European parliament in the Foreign Affairs Committee warn for the negative influence new technologies like AI weaponsystems, hypersonic missiles and drone technologies have on arms control. In a report the committee calls for new policies to work towards a world free of nuclear weapons.
The liberal Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament wants new sanctions targeting the Lukashenka regime in Belarus. The call comes as a response to what the group calls ‘the continued trafficking and exploitation of migrants as part of a perverse hybrid war against the EU’.
World leaders are coming together in Glasgow to discuss climate change and the necessary measures to mitigate its effects in the format of the COP26. The Commission’s goal: agree on more ambitious emission reduction targets, put a price on carbon, and scale up investments in climate finance to support developing countries.
Manufacturers of wireless devices are going to have to step up their game. The European Commission adopted a proposal to improve the cybersecurity of a broad category of appliances sold on the European market.