EURACTIV Network Archives

  • Bulgaria asks Skopje to table anti-hate roadmap

    Politics 27-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about videos capturing police violence in France being shared on social media, Bulgaria wanting Skopje to present an anti-hate speech roadmap for EU accession talks to begin, and so much more.

  • ‘Mediterranean axis’ calls for EU solidarity on migration

    Politics 26-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Italy, Spain, Malta and Greece calling on all EU member states to show greater solidarity towards European countries most affected by illegal immigration, the Polish Senate opposing the government's rule of law veto, and so much more.

  • Pressure mounts on Hungary, Poland to lift EU budget veto

    Politics 25-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Poland's main figure in opposing the government's judicial reforms has, Judge Igor Tuleya, has lost his immunity from prosecution, Spain's measures to 'save Christmas', and so much more.

  • Costa: Some countries defend UK’s EU future vision

    Politics 24-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the trial against former French President Nicholas Sarkozy starting in France this week, Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovič and his party threatening to leave government, and so much more.

  • Weber: Orban would be out of EPP if not for COVID

    Politics 23-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about protesters opposing the new law making it a crime to circulate identifying images of law enforcement, Slovakia's intelligence chief saying Chinese diplomats offer Slovak public officials prostitutes and free trips to China, and so much more.

  • 5-Star Movement rejects coalition with Forza Italia

    Politics 20-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Spanish nurses opposing the idea that pharmacies can carry out COVID-19 tests, Bratislava distancing itself further from Poland and Hungary on the rule of law veto, and so much more.

  • Rule of law causes cracks in Visegrad Four

    Politics 19-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Spain's ruling socialist party making gains in public opinion polls despite the devastating COVID-19 crisis, Slovenia's government distancing itself from its prime minister regarding the Polish-Hungarian budget veto, and so much more.

  • Most Poles agree with government rule of law veto

    Politics 18-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about the majority of the Polish population backing the government's decision to veto the EU budget and recovery plan, Spain reducing the VAT on its facemasks, and so much more.

  • Commission: Certain rights can be restricted due to COVID-19

    Politics 17-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about France pre-ordering 90 million COVID-19 vaccines, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov confirming that gas from Azerbaijan will be entering the country as of January 2021, and so much more.

  • COVID-19: Europe’s youth call on politicians to stop looking for scapegoats

    Politics 17-11-2020

    Europe’s youth have called on EU leaders to stop putting the blame on them for the second wave of the pandemic.

  • Green EU funds to Czechia’s big players

    Politics 16-11-2020

    In today's news of the Capitals, find out more about France's homelessness problem, large energy companies - including one owned by the Czech prime minister's former agrochemical holding Agrofert - receiving financial support from the Just Transition Fund, and so much more.

  • Poland and Hungary unite to veto EU budget

    Politics 13-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out about Russia hitting Germany and France with sanctions, the Serbian parliament approves 'on-the-spot' COVID-19 fines, and so much more.

  • Lithuania wary of incident at Belarus nuclear plant

    Politics 12-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about how Spain wants to subsidise every company as long as they fulfil some conditions, China's attempt to try to discredit Czech Senate speaker Miloš Vystrčil, and so much more.

  • Virologist: A compulsory vaccine is the worst thing

    Politics 11-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about how the Chinese and Russian intelligence services are among the most active in the Czech Republic, Spain and Italy announcing the purchase of the Pfizer vaccine, and so much more.

  • Pro-Trump Estonian minister resigns after dreams of US civil war

    Politics 10-11-2020

    In this edition of the Capitals, find out more about Estonia's interior minister resigning after he commented on the outcome of the US presidential election, Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia signing an agreement to fight COVID-19 together, and so much more.

  • Some EU leaders already miss Trump

    Politics 09-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz wanting more powers for him and his government to combat terrorism, Czech Foreign Minister Tomáš Petříček urging EU leaders to wait before imposing tariffs on the US, and so much more.

  • Terrorism vigilance stepped up across Europe

    Politics 06-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about French MPs discussing a ban on filming police officers, how many Bulgarians are not aware of the European Green Deal, and so much more.

  • Austria ignored warning about Vienna gunman

    Politics 05-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire calling digital giants "adversaries of the states", Spain's economy expected to take longer to recover, and so much more.

  • Spain reports massive losses in tourism over COVID-19

    Politics 04-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about French ministers urging the population not to buy products from e-commerce giants, Spain's tourism industry recording a €56 billion loss in 2020, and so much more.

  • French government dissolves Turkish far-right group

    Politics 03-11-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about

  • EU ‘troublemakers’ back Trump over Biden in US election

    Politics 02-11-2020

    In this Special Edition of the Capitals, EURACTIV’s Network gives you an overview of the state-of-play of EU-US relations, both in terms of policy implications and scenarios European leaders are running for the morning after the polls.

  • Romania calls for mutual recognition of COVID-19 tests

    Politics 30-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Romanian President Klaus Iohannis caling for a unified EU approach on the mutual recognition of COVID-19 tests, the French army reinforcing the number of soldeiers to protect places of worship and schools, and so much more.

  • Bulgaria to block EU negotiations with Skopje

    Politics 29-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about France going into a second lockdown, the Czech Republic's former health minister getting a top award for his efforts in fighting the pandemic after he was sacked for breaching COVID-19 rules, and so much more.

  • Spanish government plans to tax the richest

    Politics 28-10-2020

    In today's edition of the Capitals, find out more about Slovakia gearing up to test the entire population for COVID-19 over the weekend, the French government intending to re-impose a lockdown though different to the one in March, and so much more.

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