All posts in Europe

  • Further austerity measures specified in Spain’s budget
    September 28, 2012, by Caroline Arbour VOANews

    The Spanish government presented its 2013 budget Thursday, detailing spending cuts for ministries, new taxes and reforms that total about $51 billion. The austerity measures may embolden protesters who have […]

  • Banking union plans irk Czech Republic
    September 27, 2012, by Adela Zabrazna for The Prague Post

    The European Union’s single currency zone may have avoided collapse by green-lighting key stabilisation and oversight mechanisms, but an ongoing debate regarding the feasibility of a joint European banking union […]

  • Transnistria: A bottom-up solution
    September 27, 2012, by Nicu Popescu and Leonid Litra, ECFR

    In June 2010, German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched the Meseberg process. Under the plan, Russia would be included in European security policy-making through a joint committee with the European Union. […]

  • Hungarian government sends its economic policy proposals to IMF, EU
    September 27, 2012, by The Budapest Times

    The Hungarian government sent its proposals on Wednesday morning to the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission, Hungary’s chief bail-out negotiator Mihály Varga said on national television the same […]

  • Smolensk plane crash victims buried in wrong graves
    September 26, 2012, by The Warsaw Voice

    A 2010 plane crash in Smolensk, western Russia that killed Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others is again stirring up emotions in Poland as Polish military prosecutors said on […]