Politics

Portugal: Tourism, Golden Visas, and Coronavirus

As the European Union oscillates between emerging from coronavirus-imposed lockdown to reinstating quarantine measures as some Member States see a…

The Most Difficult Summer Ever

With 191 deaths resulting from COVID-19, compared to more than 34,000 in Italy and over 28,000 in Spain, Greece is…

Cyprus Opens for Summer

Cyprus is ready to embrace the summer. In anticipation of rescuing what remains of the lucrative summer tourism season, the…

France and Germany Turn to Hi-Tech

France and Germany are working together to pioneer a new cloud computing ecosystem in order to reduce the European Union’s…

Charting a Green Recovery

For the environmentally conscious, months of lockdown across the world offered a silver lining as carbon emissions and pollution dropped.…

France Faces Complicated Road to Deconfinement

France is continuing to ease out of lockdown after months of battling the novel coronavirus. As the third-hardest hit country…

Spain’s Coronavirus Cases Drop, But All Is Not Yet Back to Normal

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Spain keeps dropping, recently recording no new cases within a 24-hour period in…

A New EU Rescue Fund Promises Solidarity at Last

During a press conference on May 18, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced action that may…

Greece Is Open for Business

Greece is ready to welcome summer, and hopes to re-open for tourists as soon as June 15. Last week and…

Malta Quits a Key Alliance

Malta has quit. Earlier this month the island-nation informed its EU partners that it was no longer taking part in…
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