The trade agreement between the EU and Mercosur took more than 20 years to finalise but it is set to be one of the most ambitious in the world
The 2015 Iranian nuclear deal is unravelling before the eyes of its European backers who appear powerless in the face of US rejection of the accord, analysts say
British leadership hopeful Boris Johnson pledges to introduce a new points-based system to control migration after Brexit, addressing a key issue from the EU referendum
European Union scientists have found no evidence of an "east-west divide" in the bloc's food quality as they reject claims of "food apartheid"
Five months after angry rallies in major cities against Greece's controversial name agreement with North Macedonia, the issue barely registers in the July 7 election campaign
The asylum claims within the EU have decreased after its peak in 2015. Due to the current political situation in Venezuela however, the number of asylum applications is slowly rising.
The EU's leaders have fired a Brexit warning to whoever becomes the next British prime minister, insisting the existing divorce deal will not be changed