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FRANKLY SPEAKING | Macron’s breakthrough signals rising EU hopes
If elected president, Emmanuel Macron would change the narrative on Europe, say Giles Merritt and Shada Islam.
"It's about getting the best possible deal" on Brexit – that is British Prime Minister Theresa May's new mantra to explain the surprise UK general election.
Europeans should think more about the potential contributions refugees and other migrants can make, and not over-emphasise problems related to their arrival, Friends of Europe Policy Insight debate concluded on 29 March.
Europeans should think more about the potential contributions refugees and other migrants can make, Friends of Europe's panellists emphasised on 29 March.
Anniversaries are special moments. They can be sombre affairs, as well as a time for reflection and sober deliberation. And then there is 29 March.
On the 60th anniversary of the signature of the Treaty of Rome, Etienne Davignon, President of Friends of Europe, launches an appeal for an awakening of a European ideal.
Despite Europe coming a long way in 27 years, it is neither as dynamic nor as resilient as it could.
With the European Union's 60th birthday upon us, it seems appropriate to look ahead to the next 60 years: what will Europe look like in 2077?
European Young Leaders attended the second day of a seminar in Portugal, debating Europe's most pressing issues.
The Class of 2017 met at the Portuguese Parliament for Day 1 of their seminar, with guests including Commissioner Carlos Moedas.
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, the glorious memory of ‘Empire’ is back.
Just as all eyes were on Theresa May, Nicola Sturgeon has stepped in ahead of her to announce a new Scottish independence referendum.