Tirana appears to be embroiled into a serious political turmoil which might destabilise the already fragile security conditions in Albania and increase tensions with the local Greek ethnic minority.
European legislators discussed last week the possibility of modernising the mandate of E.U. copyright laws to accommodate licensing problems in the digital age. This represents one of the latest efforts by Europe to lock down multinational…
Eurostat issued a report last week which claimed that the European Union managed in 2016 to satisfy 17% of its energy requirements from renewable sources. Of the 28 E.U. member states, 11 have already reached the 2020 target to possess…
China dismissed on Saturday Germany’s request to accede to the terms of the 1987 Intermedia-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Chinese officials argued that their army’s defensive capabilities would be severely strained from possible…
The United Arab Emirates expended more than $1.35 billion on Sunday for the purchase of new weaponry, within the context of the 2019 International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX).
The French ambassador to Italy successfully resumed duties on Friday.
A concerted police operation in North Macedonia on Friday foiled the perpetration of a large-scale terrorist attack.
The European Commission launched on Friday an official investigation seeking to determine whether Chinese companies have dumped steel products in European market at extremely discounted prices.
Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih dismissed two government ministers after a $90 million corruption scandal came to the spotlight on Thursday.
The U.S. Special Envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, participated in a series of undercover discussions with Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Jorge Arreaza last week.