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?
Finland has just turned 100 years old after declaring independence from Russia in 1917
The European Commission is expected to take a dramatic step in its effort to diversify corporate boards.
It took 70 years, but the European Union has signed a pact to integrate military funding, weapons development, and deployment of European defenses.
High youth unemployment rates have been a problem across the world since the global financial crisis, particularly in Europe.
These infographics show the rapid ageing of western populations.
Statista has ranked the countries that feel their EU membership has paid off.
Germany has long been the engine that drives the EU’s economic growth, but for the past few years it has been outpaced by countries further east.
A unique, large-scale survey of attitudes among Europeans reveals a continent divided along three lines.
Small nations can provide valuable trade lessons for larger economies.
Europe is facing some of its toughest challenges since WW2 –the way it deals with them could create very different futures, both economically and politically.
How we can understand the relationship between global trade and enhancing labour.
The results of the German election could have a wider impact on Europe as a whole.
Germans are happiest about the state of their nation and their personal situation, according to a survey of EU members.