Angela Merkel's departure after 16 years as German chancellor has shaken up the power balance in the EU. Who are the potential candidates to take over her mantle as the leader of Europe?
Will the euro ever challenge the dollar's global dominance? Europe's single currency will soon celebrate its 20th birthday but it needs a eurobond if it truly wants to rival the greenback, analysts say
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
More than 27,000 migrants have made the perilous crossing to Britain from mainland Europe in 2021, more than three times the total who crossed the Channel in 2020
The Taliban's victory in Afghanistan and the prospect of new flows of un-vetted migrants into Europe have seized the attention of the EU's new counter-terrorism coordinator
The EU border agency will deploy a plane 24-hours-a-day over the Channel coast to monitor migrant crossings, France says after pushing European partners for help in cracking down on people-smuggling
The European Union should be prepared for more migrant crises like the ones on the Greece-Turkey and Poland-Belarus borders, the head of the EU's border agency told AFP in an interview
Iraqis willing and able to pay thousands of dollars for would-be "package deals" to the EU via Belarus have several itineraries to choose from. With many stuck at the Belarus-Poland border, AFP spoke to travel agents and migrants
He is Vladimir Putin’s most outspoken opponent but Alexei Navalny is now languishing in a Russian prison. What does the future hold for Russia and for its opposition?