With negotiations still on-going between the UK and EU a fortnight before the Brexit deadline, there is still confusion among many Britons living abroad.
Populist leaders in Poland and Hungary delay the €1.8 Trillion seven year-budget proposal (2021-2027) over Rule of Law requirements.
On the surface, the EU budget summit smoothed over the friction between Brussels and the bloc’s problem children. Deeper down, the rift may be growing.
On the Enlightenment’s mixed legacy, European solidarity and lessons of the pandemic.
Having relatives all around the planet makes for exciting family stories, but keeping in touch with your loved ones is also a constant challenge.
The recent budget-corona negotiations could lead to the creation of a fiscal union and a greater emphasis on sustainability.
As the Brexit negotiations drag on, there is still no final clarity on the future of British citizens living in Europe. It is likely to be reciprocal – whatever that means. With Boris, who knows?
Austria’s EU officials expressed diverging opinions ahead of the bloc’s budget-corona negotiations.
Like other “black swan” events in the past, COVID-19 has challenged our democracies and changed the way we live.
Austrian politician Johannes Hahn designated for ‘Budget and Administration’ Commissioner.
Those of us who reside in another member state live more “European” lives than anyone. Yet we feel disenfranchised.
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The exuberance of the early 2000s has given way to mistrust, but catastrophe can be avoided if we keep a close eye on the past In 2007, Austra...
Can Austria help bring Southeastern Europe into the EU’s fold? After all, as State Chancellor Klemens von Metternich knew, “the Ba...
The centennial of the Great War is the clearest argument for why the European Union matters In May 1917 – 100 years ago this month – the fi...