Lawmakers have rejected an opposition motion to deliver cruise missiles to Ukraine, but backed another motion to send Kyiv “necessary long-range weapons systems.”
Author: SEE Monitor
Voters in Iran will go to the polls on March 1 in elections that are likely to solidify hard-liners’ hold on power. The elections come amid rising anti-establishment sentiment among Read More
The next European Commission that will be appointed after June’s EU election will focus on implementing green laws adopted in the current mandate and boost investments in clean tech to Read More
The new Pact on Migration and Asylum will not only violate human rights, but will also prove to be ineffective for the goals it has been conceived for, writes Gaia Read More
The controversial appointment of German CDU MEP Markus Pieper as the new EU envoy for small and medium-sized enterprises has raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest for European Commission Read More
European Commission president says she will never work with parties such as AfD or National Rally, no matter how big a vote they secure in European electionsCampaign Corner: SlovakiaAs the Read More
RIO DE JANEIRO — Western foreign ministers from the G20 group of nations meeting in Brazil on Wednesday attacked Russia for its invasion of Ukraine as Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Read More
The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group’s new far-right friends have started making some more moderate national delegations uncomfortable.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen dampened hopes of pushing forward key formal steps on Ukraine’s EU accession before the European election in June. European leaders politically agreed in Read More
Albania’s parliament has approved a deal under which it can build processing centers for migrants run by Italy. The deal has been slammed by the opposition and rights groups.