Malta is the EU’s smallest member state by land area yet the population is expected to explode. This has created challenges for the nation that the government must confront.
In recent years EU member states have invested in the construction of barriers and other tools to keep migrants physically out of their nations. Cyprus is taking a different approach by launching a social media campaign with data that demonstrates the harsh reality of how hard it is to be accepted for asylum in the EU member state.
Spain recently had local elections which showed support for PSOE has dropped while increasing for PP. Prime Minister Sanchez has called for an early parliamentary election in order to prevent PP from gaining additional support.
Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis and his party New Democracy won the election yet did not receive enough seats for a majority in parliament. Greece will have a second election soon.
Malta has used numerous methods including ones that can be classified as illegal to deter migrants. The European Union needs to step up and ensure that the responsibility for the migration crisis in the Mediterranean Sea does not fall only on a few member states.
Portugal ends its golden visa program to relieve pressure on its housing market, but this is only one of the many causes of the crisis.
As the Greco-Turkish conflict ignites once more, what could be the consequences for European security and NATO unity? Is a military conflict between the two NATO members a concrete possibility?
The Arctic has been termed “the pole of peace” by Mikhael Gorbachev in 1987. However, in recent times, there are a lot of developments in the region. As such, this article takes a closer look at the EU’s Arctic policy in light of recent challenges and analyzes the main challenges to and priorities of the EU’s Arctic strategy.
Following severe flooding across Europe, this article considers the actual efforts of developed countries, particularly in Europe, to substantially address climate change, and asks how much climate responsibility lies at the doorstep of the individual, the government and history.
Global advances in gender equality and women’s health still leave room for improvement. The EU’s resolution on ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights’ takes us one step further.