Malta

Southern Europe’s Tourism Sector Faces Commercial Wipeout

As the world plunges deeper into crisis and isolation from the scale and swiftness of the Covid-19 onslaught, Europe’s tourism…

Malta and Cyprus Attempt to Beat Back Coronavirus

Malta and Cyprus are seeing a gradual but steady increase in the number of people that are testing positive for…

Greece Aims to Build a Wall at Sea

As migration from Turkey and North Africa picks up once again, Southern Europe is scrambling to find coping solutions. Greece,…

Corruption Perception Index Highlights Successes and Concerns for EU Nations

The Corruption Perception Index, collated by anti-corruption coalition Transparency International, ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their…

Muscat Steps Down, and Abela Steps Up

Last month, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat promised to step down midway through his second term due to ongoing investigations into…

2020: What Lies Ahead for Southern European Nations?

France As Brexit continues to engulf European headlines and major EU players such as Italy, Spain, and Germany continue to…

Foul Play Continues to Rattle Malta

In October 2017, anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb. Three months later, three professional hit…

TradeMalta: “If there’s a will, there’s a way”

At the height of the global shipping industry in the mid-19th century, Malta could scarcely have been better positioned. The…

Gozo Sets Example for Sustainable Small-Island Tourism

Steeped in myth and charm, Gozo has long been considered the inspiration for the backdrop of Homer’s epic poem The…

Malta Summit Paves Hopeful Steps for Pan-EU Deal on Migration

Last week, senior officials from Malta, Italy, France, and Germany attended a migration summit in Malta along with Finland –…
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