Romania will preside over the EU Council as the bloc prepares for Brexit — arguably its biggest ever challenge — but political infighting in Bucharest and clashes with Brussels over judicial reform raise the question: is Romania up to the job?
Unless they can negotiate exemptions, the Iraqis are likely to suffer collateral damage.
The military phase of the war in Syria is coming to an end and the Russians say they will withdraw their forces, but will happen next? bne IntelliNews editor Ben Aris sat down with Israel’s former prime minister Olmert Ehud to find out more.
In less than one year, 55 regional activists have been beaten, attacked with knives or acid and even shot. Why is being an activist in Ukraine dangerous again?
In Soviet times Lithuania's electric grid was integrated with those of neighbouring SSRs Belarus, Russia, Estonia, and Latvia, but now the small republic plans to delink its power grid ending the BRELL agreements and throw in its lot with the EU
Contemporary theatre festival Homo Novus in Riga grapples with nature-culture puzzle of the Anthropocene.
In the last two and a half years almost €4.7bn has been added to Romania's total foreign debt, an increase closely connected to the populist promises made during the last general election.
Beijing’s imports of Iranian oil may take the sting out of America’s re-imposition of sanctions.