The European Commission is concerned once again about legislation in Hungary. This time, it regards a new sovereignty law.
Spanish Prime Minister was unsuccessful in passing an amnesty bill which is important in order to maintain the coalition government. It will be nearly impossible to create a version of the bill that will receive enough votes to be passed.
Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani calls for the creation for an EU army. This is not a novel proposal, yet it remains an elusive goal of the EU.
The conflict in Ukraine demonstrates the changing nature of contemporary conflict. Armor as the main arm of decision may have met it’s match but will remain prevalent for the foreseeable future.
While Greece’s economy struggled for over a decade, there is reason to celebrate. The national debt continues to decrease while the GDP and number of employed people both increase.
Donald Tusk has been sworn in as Poland’s latest Prime Minister. While he is personally pro-EU, Law and Justice may derail his progress towards fulfilling his campaign promises.
Italy has signaled its intent to withdraw from the Belt and Road Initiative, yet this does not mean and end to its relationship with China.
Portugal is being sued by three environmental groups for not fulfilling its promises yet its struggling economy limits its ability to fulfill these promises.
The rogue three EU member states are back in the news. This time it is in regard to protests closing border crossings with Ukraine.
Prime Minister Sanchez has potentially sold out Spain in order to win another power and is facing the wrath of large protests on the street.