Europe

Vessel to the World: Malta Freeport Eyes Challenges After Record-Breaking Year

Like many small island nations, Malta’s success – be it sink or swim – has become inextricably linked to the…

Forging Ahead, France and New Zealand Unveil the Christchurch Call to Counter Online Hate and Violence

Earlier this month, France’s Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern, unveiled a new joint plan to eliminate extremism shown…

As the Dust Settles, a New EU Emerges

Normally a sleepy election, this year’s European Parliament elections feature higher turnout than seen in years, hitting 51 percent in…

Oh, Snap! New Elections Called for in Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ left-wing party, Syriza, lost a lot of ground, both in European Parliament elections and in…

Hoping to Stem the Tide, Morocco Cuts Illegal Migration Into Spain

Spain’s elections might be over, but the topic of migration remains as hot as ever, both in Spain and across…

Innovation To The Fore As Cyprus Bids To Break Energy Dependency

Imported petroleum products currently contribute over 90 percent of the island-nation’s energy consumption. The European Commission has ranked Cyprus as…

Malta looks beyond traditional markets to boost extroversion of its island-economy

Throughout history, bridges have helped to bring countries and people closer together. Nowhere is this more so the case than…

Planning the Future of Europe Involves Fighting Climate Change and Defending Democracy

On Europe Day, fifteen years after the EU’s expansion east had allowed the family of nations to put to rest…

Tsipras Courts Public Approval by Slashing Taxes

Greece is set to hold general elections in October, and PM Alexis Tsipras’ Syriza party is looking to shore up…

AXIA Means ‘Value’ in Both Word and Deed

At the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has a long history of working with foreigners. Over the millennia,…
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