The People’s Republic of China has become one of the most prominent geopolitical leaders worldwide, with a booming economy, growing domestic consumption, and a skyrocketing rise of global financial influence through world-renowned investment projects such as the infamous Belt and Road initiative. Such a rise has deeply affected its energy consumption, requiring a prevalently coal-driven energetic production to keep up with its ramping economic growth.
The investigation into the death of Slovak national Jozef Chovanec at a Belgian airport in 2018 has gained traction again as Slovakia and Belgium kickstart an international cooperative effort to resolve a case of police brutality.
EIGE foresees 60 years before the achievement of gender equality in Europe. It proceeds, but at a slow pace. Meanwhile, the dream of equality does not suffer standstills. A new Gender Action Plan was realized in November 2020. It places gender equality at the centre of external relations and sets a new strategy to turn the tide by 2030.
Does Biden’s presidency put the UK in a better position to secure a post-Brexit US trade deal, or was Trump better for Johnson?
No Brexit deal equals no cooperation on security matters. Both the UK and the EU will lose a valuable partner in information sharing and security measure, but is one of the two going to lose more?
Migration sees the emergence of slave networks from Libya to Italy, continuing to threaten the security of many trapped in exploitative ploys.
With Boris Johnson’s British government once again threatening to take part in illegal actions, how can the UK be trusted and will they really end up with a No-Deal Brexit?
Belarusian protests have received an array of international responses. Each have competing visions for Belarus – which one will Lukashenko opt for?
Alexei Navalny, the main opposition leader in Russia against President Putin’s regime has been poisoned with Novichok, a dangerous nerve agent that has been allegedly used several times against Russian opposition figures. How will that affect the relations between the EU and Russia?
The European Union quickly responded to the Beirut blast with physical and financial aid to Lebanon.
It is not the event that market the beginning of their relations. EU-Lebanon partnership, in fact, started in 2002.
Will the EU be able to maintain the promises made 18 years ago even in this emergency situation?