Posts Tagged ‘EUObserver’

EUObserver – Great hopes and optimism were placed in the ability for a Moscow-brokered ceasefire to hold this weekend. Such misplaced optimism highlights an unwillingness to accept...

EUObserver – From Bulgaria, to Serbia, Hungary, and up north to Poland and Belarus, the loosely defined area of eastern Europe is far from having a...

EUObserver – Last month, amid increasing cases of Covid-19 across the United States, president Donald Trump announced that the US would be withdrawing or redeploying 9,500...

EUObserver –  The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, warned on Monday (7 September) that the UK is legally obliged to respect the...

EUObserver – Testimonies of torture against protestors in Belarus has emerged as EU states mull end-of-month sanctions following widespread presidential vote rigging. Along with other NGOs, Amnesty...

EUOBSERVER/The EU asset-freezes and visa bans, imposed Thursday (30 July), targeted four officers from Russia’s military intelligence service, the General Staff of the Armed Forces...