Professor Harold James evaluates what a victory for Emmanuel Macron in the second round of the French election would mean for Germany and Europe.
The presidential elections have and will continue to split French society.
A look at the national - and international - significance of the first round results in the French presidential election.
Greece's creditors won't provide debt relief without assurance that it can balance the books. Greece won't pass economic reforms without debt relief. Time for both parties to meet in the ...
A few important things to know about the upcoming French election, explained by Joshua Cole, an American scholar of European history.
According to a new report, European startups are now taking the lead in the technology sector.
As the Brexit countdown gets under way, here’s a look at Europe’s top import and export partners.
Brexit will be a hard one, which will hit the UK economy and be felt hardest by those who voted for it.
Anders Åslund, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington, explores economic populism.
Germany is not preoccupied with Brexit, and business interests will not hold sway, writes Katinka Barysch.
Sweden already gets more than half of its power from renewable sources.
How is your country doing on the university league table?
Exploring the issues that young people in Europe fear the most.
As Britain starts the process of leaving the EU, these figures show how important the relationship is to both the UK and EU economies.
Two new free trade agreements could provide just the economic boost Brazil so badly needs.