Democracy in Hungary and Poland continues to backslide but Moldova is a “bright spot” in Europe, according to a new report published Wednesday morning. Moldova, which neighbors Ukraine, faces the Read More
Dear Minister Cikotić, Dear Ms. Lungarotti, Thank you for receiving me today to witness the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the IOM on Read More
Op-ed by Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi: “We are all at geopolitical crossroads the EU door is open for BiH”
~ published in Oslobođenje, Nezavisne novine and Večernji list ~ Last month, the Commission recommended to grant candidate status to Bosnia and Herzegovina on the understanding that a number of Read More
LONDON — Who needs a political career when you can eat camel penis on primetime TV instead? Former U.K. Health Secretary Matt Hancock turned Westminster upside down when it was Read More
Analyst says pre-election pressure could arise for more monetary easing.
The European Parliament website on Wednesday faced a “sophisticated” cyberattack disrupting its services moments after members voted to declare Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. “I confirm that the Parliament Read More
LONDON — The U.K. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the Scottish government cannot hold an independence referendum without Westminster’s permission — dealing a blow to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s Read More
The main message of Bosnia’s October elections was a decisive rebuke for hardliners, with voters seeking practical economic cooperation to raise living standards and counteract mass emigration.