Decline of Europe
Seven people could have been killed in a shooting in downtown Vienna
Fire has been opened in central Vienna on Monday, several people are injured, the Vienna police reported Monday.
"Shots fired in the Inner City district - there are persons injured - KEEP AWAY from …
EU-China: partners or competitors?
The 23rd EU-China summit was held on Monday, September 14. Previously, it was planned to be hosted by Leipzig, where, according to its facilitating agents, the door was to be opened to an investment …
Montenegro’s ruling party loses parliamentary vote to opposition
Montenegro’s ruling Democratic Party of Socialists led by President Milo Djukanovic has lost the parliamentary vote to the opposition coalition after decades of domination. With 92.99% of the …
Coronavirus as European integration tryout
A EU summit has ended in Brussels. It took four days instead of the previously planned two. It was only late on Monday that EU heads of state and government finally achieved agreement on the …
Will Brexit be hard and spectacular?
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and difficulties associated with it, a serious European problem – the United Kingdom's exit from the EU – has temporarily receded from public view. The first …
Merkel-Macron plan splitting Europe
Rankings published in Germany over the weekend indicate continued growth of popular support for Chancellor Angela Merkel and her government during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a study …
EU countries and institutions allocate €3.3 trillion to support economy
All 27 EU states and EU institutions (the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the European Investment Bank) have allocated a total of €3.3 trillion to support the community’s …
Who is happy in Europe: EU sons and stepsons
It should come as no surprise that in case of an urgent need a country claiming to join the EU addresses someone it considers its salvation and future. So did Serbia, having appeared unarmed in the …
Estonia: nostalgia for Bolsheviks?
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty signed between the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and Estonia on February 2, 1920, President of the Republic of Estonia …
UK political expert expects British Labour leader to step down following election flop
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s blunders are the reason for the Conservative Party’s huge success in the December 12 snap general election, publisher and editor of Politics First …