The loopholes in the AI Act emerging from trilogue negotiations late on Friday could allow big corporations to slip through.
Liberalism and socialism have been wrongly counterposed. Connected, they represent a hegemonic alternative.
The EU needs more coherent governance not just to accommodate its enlargement but to assume its global responsibilities.
The European Parliament last month endorsed proposals for treaty changes which would trump nationalistic vetoes.
Public investment has been skewed towards the military in the last decade when a much wider array of threats are in evidence.
A multi-level Europe of networks, Jan Zielonka argues, is the flexible alternative to brittle clashes over ‘sovereignty’.
Last year’s ‘partial mobilisation’ triggered a backlash against the Kremlin and Putin is fearful of a repeat.
The election victory in the Netherlands for the Party for Freedom fits into a wider picture of European radical-right populism.
Behind closed doors, the companies have fiercely lobbied the European Union to leave advanced artificial-intelligence systems unregulated.
Ukraine and Moldova have taken a huge step towards European Union membership but hazards lie ahead.
Albania’s agreement to process offshore asylum-seekers heading for Italy, Lily Lynch writes, is not a good look.
Sahra Wagenknecht’s new party has a questionable support base and doubtful prospects—like others of its kind across Europe.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had a profound effect on the European Union, whose response is defining its trajectory.
The imperative of solidarity is with all those Jews and Palestinians who seek the solution neither Hamas nor Netanyahu wants.
The European Union must find a collective and distinctive voice to seek to rein in Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.
Amid geoeconomic disruption and geopolitical competition, the alternatives are stark: democratic socialism or barbarism.
A unity cemented by tolerance is needed for social-democratic success in the elections to the European Parliament.
It will take decades of intellectual effort, Paul Mason writes, before a new world order emerges from the cumulative chaos.
A potential conflict of national interests over Ukrainian refugees needs to be anticipated and pre-empted.
Most focus on women’s political participation has emphasised boosting its supply. But demand is the bigger problem.
Climate change and socio-economic trends will make large-scale migrations inevitable in the coming decades.