Daniel Gros explores how the Eurozone, despite global uncertainty, has entered a period of stability, and discusses how it can stay there.
While Scandinavian countries are often policy-models, when it comes to immigration they've been learning from Canada.
At the current rate of growth, the European bloc can increase the proportion of renewables in its electricity mix to 50% by 2030, according to a new report.
Britain's former prime minister says the decision could be reversed, if that's what the public want.
By chanelling surplus heat to where it is needed rather than releasing it into the environment, we could limit temperature rises and energy consumption at a stroke
And beyond the alliterative line-up, there were great moments with Google's Sundar Pichai, China's Liu He and Zimbabwe's newly elected President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed the importance of multilateralism and warned that we haven’t learned from the darkest days of history.
IMF staff are launching new, European Union-focused research highlighting the impact of unemployment and inadequate social protection on the young
As our world becomes increasingly fractured we must rediscover our shared values, says the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi.
Reform efforts must make concrete, meaningful improvements to the lives of ordinary European citizens in 2018.
The opportunity of seizing the global leadership role could be the vision EU citizens need
Right now the EU seems to be at a tipping point, with the exact same percentage of trust and distrust.
A Pan-European Demand-Driven Immigration System could help match migrants with jobs.
To prepare for the profound changes to lives and livelihoods that lie ahead, the European Union should start establishing rules to protect all Europeans.
While the start of 2017 wasn’t easy, it has now emerged as a strong year for Europe. How can the bloc carry this success into 2018?