European Institutions

  • New EU Office Expands European Presence in Silicon Valley

    August 17, 2022

    The European Commission is opening a San Francisco office in September, moving forward in its mission to become a global force in shaping the digital sphere

  • EU Crisis Chief Calls for More Power for the Bloc

    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.

  • EU Sanctions lead to Russian Gas Cut Off through Ukraine

    August 09, 2022

    Russian oil supplier Transneft, who supplies oil through the southern Druzhba pipeline servicing Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic has stopped delivery citing issues with EU financial sanctions.

  • Russia Blacklists 39 Brits Including Politicians, Business people and Journalists

    August 03, 2022

    Adding to the list of 200 British citizens banned from entering Russian territory, the country has added an additional 39 individuals including prominent politicians and journalists, due to, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry, their contribution « to London’s hostile course aimed at demonizing of our country and its international isolation.”

  • Spain Orders Temperature Limits for Businesses to Conserve Energy before Winter

    August 03, 2022

    Aiming to reduce gas consumption by 7 percent in an effort to save energy before the winter, Spain's government ordered all businesses to limit their temperatures, air conditioning cannot be lowered below 27 degrees Celsius (80°F) in summer and heating cannot exceed 19 degrees Celsius (66°F) this winter.

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