President of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, outlines her vision for the future and the success of Estonia during the digital age.
Educated workers are a vital component of an economy’s success in a technology-driven future, but some cities have a head start.
Putting up barriers to trade is not the answer to domestic economic woes and only increases the risk of conflict between nations, writes Børge Brende.
Setting goals for the use of renewable energy makes a lot of sense. But what happens to those targets when overall energy consumption goes up?
Military spending by NATO’s European states amounts to the second-biggest defence budget in the world if taken as a whole, a new study from IISS reveals. But does Europe spend enough?
Romania recorded the highest ratio of GDP per hours worked - or in other words, the ability to get stuff done in less time. But is that always a good thing?
The dry-ski slope has been built on top of a waste-treatment plant 10 minutes from downtown Copenhagen.
One of the great claims made for the euro was that it would rival the US dollar as a second global reserve currency. These hopes have failed to materialize. The euro’s importance in globa...
The vests first worn by protesters in France have appeared in protests in a number of other countries. But are they really part of the same movement?
In a period of radical technological transformation, European firms are investing too little, with a gap both in tangible and intangible investment compared to the US, writes Debora Revol...
Cities are no longer the land of opportunity for workers without college degrees as economic forces like clustering of tech companies mean mid-skilled jobs are disappearing.
Once considered the best idea in global politics, today’s Europe is a pale shadow of its glorious past, argues Harsh V. Pant of the Observer Research Foundation
Germany's Angela Merkel, Spain's Pedro Sánchez and Italy's Giuseppe Conte set out their vision for the future of Europe.
When it comes to digital tech and AI, Europe is lagging behind China and the US. Closing this gap will release Europe's vast untapped potential in this sector - here are four ways to kick...
In a world of rising nationalism and self-interest, the European project guarantees human dignity and the rule of law – but it is under threat from within writes Germany's defence ministe...