Foreign Policy

France Develops Cyber Policy For Defence & Offence

At a global conference in Lille earlier in 2019, the French Defence Secretary, Florence Parly, said the country would “use…

Charm Offensive: Cyprus and Greece Take on the Eastern Med

In the first half of April, Cypriot Foreign Minister, Nikos Christodoulides, announced that Cyprus will host the first trilateral summit…

“We Will Rebuild This Cathedral Together. This Is Part of the French Destiny.”

It started with a spark. Over the hours, it grew into a massive inferno that consumed the famed Notre-Dame de…

Will Salvini’s Grand Far-Right Alliance Float?

With barely a month before Europe goes to the polls, Italy’s Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Matteo Salvini, called…

A New “Alliance for Multilateralism” Seeks to Restore International Cooperation

Early last week, France and Germany announced the joint “Alliance of Multilateralism”, to promote global cooperation in the face of…

Greek PM Tsipras Made First Official Visit to North Macedonia Last Week – But What Does This Mean?

Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, returned last week from a trip to Skopje; the first visit by a Greek head…

Will The UK Participate in the European Elections After All?

Theresa May has tried three times to deliver Brexit, but each time, Parliament has voted her deal down. Now, May…

With The OK From Europe, Greece Receives 1 Billion Euros For Debt Relief And Early IMF Repayment

Greece has just cleared a major hurdle, having gotten the go-ahead from the European Commission to receive 1 billion euros…

Spain to Shut Down Nuclear Plants And Push Forward Clean Energy Plan

Spain’s main electricity providers have reached a deal to close the Almaraz nuclear power plant in western Spain, in line…

Trying to Balance Nationalist And Anti-Migrant Tensions, The EU Floats a Compromise on Operation Sophia – But at What Cost?

The EU will soon cease the maritime patrols that rescued thousands of migrants, attempting the perilous crossing from North Africa…
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