The UN General Assembly has adopted a Ukraine-initiated resolution entitled "Problem of the Militarization of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol, Ukraine, as well as Parts of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov."
Exclusive interview of Balázs Jarábik, is a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The Kosovo parliament on Friday, as expected, adopted three draft laws on the Kosovo Security Force, FSK, giving the lightly armed force the attributes of an army.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will not lead the Conservative Party into the next general election.
A Croatian plan to adopt a declaration on the rights of Croats living in Bosnia and Herzegovina has sparked allegations that it's an attempt to undermine the neighbouring country's sovereignty.
The escape of Macedonia’s authoritarian ex-prime minister into the welcoming arms of Hungary, run by another authoritarian, has generated fresh speculation about a modern buzz topic, the “illiberal alliance” taking shape across Europe.
German politician Manfred Weber, the leader of the European Popular Party (EPP) group, the biggest in the European Parliament, who aims to become president of the European Commission (EC) next year, said Bulgaria could join the Schengen area in 2019, according to the Bulgarian media, local Mediafax reported.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia's prime minister warned on Wednesday that the formation of a Kosovo army could trigger Serbia's armed intervention in the former province — the bluntest warning so far amid escalating tensions in the Balkans.
Once Britain decided to leave the EU, it seemed obvious that a renewed push for independence was in the cards. However, even though Scottish voters rejected Brexit, they aren't quite ready to cut ties to the UK.
Exclusive interview of the director of the Institute prof. Roman Rybarsky Mr. Mariusz Patey (Poland)