Nicholas Whyte is a director at APCO Worldwide's Brussels office, and a Visiting Professor at Ulster to the Faculty of Social Sciences University.
The European Commission’s draft waste and incineration laws to replace the package it axed under its drive for “better regulation”, has weaker targets for recycling and landfill than its predecessor.
After six months of examining tax optimisation practices in Europe, the European Parliament's Special Committee on Tax Rulings (TAXE committee) presented its report to MEPs at the Strasbourg plenary this week.
Red meat – but not other types of protein - is linked to an increased stroke risk, and the odds go up the more meat people eat, a recent study suggests.
As Ukrainians commemorate the 83rd anniversary of Holodomor, a famine planned by the Soviets, Russia's leadership has no intention of distancing itself from the legacy of Stalin, writes Luibov Nepop. Luibov Nepop is acting Head...
Turkey's careful balance with Russia and differences with the West over working with Islamist forces have long been a source of frustration for other members of NATO, writes Stratfor.
He hopes to see Laurent Fabius stay on as France’s foreign affairs minister in 2016. Jean-Paul Chanteguet is the President of the Environment Committee in the French National Assembly and a Socialist MP for the Indre department.