Britain has agreed to pay France another 72.2 million euros to prevent migrant boat crossings in the English Channel under a new deal that underlines improving ties between the neighbours.
Emmanuel Macron's loss of his overall majority risks further weakening European leadership, with France's leader set to be distracted by domestic troubles even while retaining control over foreign policy
More than an open Russian invasion of Ukraine, European capitals fear Kiev could be lured into a clash with pro-Russian separatists in the breakaway Donbass region
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev says the West, especially the United States, grew "arrogant and self-confident" after the collapse of the USSR in 1991, leading to the eastward expansion of NATO
US President Joe Biden's comments about seeking a possible "accommodation" between Russia and NATO powers have had a chilling effect on European countries that were once ruled from Moscow
Countries have until the end of 2022 to ensure their climate commitments meet the Paris agreement's cap on global warming. But who will check that their promises really do stack up?