EU enlargement remains unpopular in France and President Macron has taken a hard line on potential new members from the Western Balkans – so how will Paris reconcile this tough attitude with its aim of closer engagement in the region?
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has met with the German chancellor and foreign minister on his first Berlin visit.
While insurgent parties rocked the boat elsewhere in Europe, in Bulgaria the Euro-elections have merely bolstered the position of the three main parties.
Poland’s ruling conservatives were on Friday expected to make good on their plan to refer new EU copyright rules to the bloc’s top court.
Politicians want at least one woman at helm of European commission and council
Belgrade calls move 'direct threat to peace and stability' in Balkans
With the far right making further clear advances in the weekend’s European elections, the EU’s big players will likely become even more cautious about enlarging the club to include the Western Balkans.
European Union democracy is alive and kicking.
On May 7, the German Marshall Fund and the Transatlantic Democracy Working Group hosted a roundtable with Ivanna Klympush-Tsyntsadze, Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration.
Exclusive interview of the Victor Mironenko, the Chief of the centre of Ukrainian researchers of the Institute of Europe of RAS