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Security experts call for more US troops in Poland

A beefed-up American military presence in Poland is necessary, according to a new study by the Washington-based think Atlantic Council. The study, which was reported...

EU court rules against Poland’s controversial judicial overhaul

Poland must suspend a law that forced some Supreme Court judges to retire, according to the European Union’s top court. Back in October, the European...

Of coal workers and climate change denialists

Workers at Bulgaria’s largest coal-fired power plant walked off the job and marched into the streets of the capital city, Sofia, on November 29....

Poland plans electromobility path

Hosting environment ministers from around the world for a UN conference on climate, currently being held in Katowice, southern Poland, the country announced a...

Kathrin Gutmann: ‘The coal industry in Europe is dying’

It is not without irony that during the UN climate conference in the Polish mining city of Katowice, the country’s President Andrzej Duda declared...

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A new European institute for AI in science

On 15 April 2024, Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the...

The Parliament debates Fico’s attempts to dismantle the rule of law in Slovakia

On April 11th, the European Parliament held a Mini-Plenary...

Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

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