August 17, 2022
The European Union’s head of Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič pushes a change to current EU treaty that would allow an expansion of the blocs power, opening the door to its own civil force.
June 29, 2022
EU governments backed efforts to cut emissions after seventeen hours of negotiations between the bloc’s national environment ministers who agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent this decade moving the proposal forward to go before the European Parliament.
May 25, 2022
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has declared a state of Emergency to enable a rapid response to challenges created by the war in Ukraine in an effort, according to the Prime Minister, to protect Hungary and Hungarian families by all possible means possible.
May 18, 2022
Following the resignation of French prime minister Jean Castex, President Emmanuel Macron has chosen Elisabeth Borne, a left-leaning technocrat, to lead his new government and will be in charge of steering through Macron’s controversial pension reform.
April 13, 2022
The European Union and NATO are watching with interest as France heads to the voting booths in two weeks to decide if President Macron will be re-elected or Marine Le Pen, whose potential win will impact the current plans of each entity.
April 06, 2022
Just two days after the re-election of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to his fourth consecutive term, the European Commission announced it will trigger a powerful new mechanism to cut funding to Hungary who is accused of eroding the bloc’s rule-of-law standards.
February 16, 2022
The European Court of Justice dismissed challenges from Warsaw and Budapest against an EU sanction that would stop funding to members of the bloc who break EU law, paving the way for Brussels to cut billions of euros of funds to Poland and Hungary, who are accused of violating democratic rights.
February 07, 2022
In the ongoing battle between Poland and the European Union, Polish President Andrzej Duda traveled to Brussels to meet Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Council chief Charles Michel with a bill aimed at ending the standoff after the Court of Justice fined the central European country €1 million per day for refusing to comply with EU directives concerning the polish disciplinary chamber.
January 19, 2022
Seizing the opportunity of the stand off between Russia and the West over Ukraine, hackers are disrupting various sites including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with cyber attacks and misinformation, leaving leading experts seeking the best response.
January 12, 2022
According to Reuters, In one of the many battles between the European Union (EU) and Poland, Věra Jourová, EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency has announced that the EU is set to demand that Poland pay an estimated €70 million of fines in the coming weeks for failing to remove their system of disciplining judges.