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EU: Tackle Central Asia Rights Abuses

Brussels The European Union should urge Central Asian governments at a gathering on November 22, 2021, to increase efforts to protect human rights, at a time when Afghanistan and regional issues are high on the agenda, Human Rights Watch…

EU countries approach to COP26 climate talks

BRUSSELS European Union countries are struggling to agree on their negotiating position for the COP26 global climate change conference, with rifts emerging over time frames for emissions-cutting pledges, officials, and documents…

Would you recognize the Taliban?

The Taliban have returned to power in Afghanistan after two decades. Over the next few weeks and months, a host of foreign nations with a stake in the country's future will have to make a very tough choice: grant legitimacy to a regime that…

European Union science official resigns

BRUSSELS The chief of the European Union’s top science organization has resigned at the height of the Coronavirus crisis. Mauro Ferrari had only become president of the European Research Council on Jan. 1, but EU Commission spokesman…

EU’s most successful diplomatic win at stake

A nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, considered a political victory by the European Union, is at stake as Tehran suspended its commitments after the killing of Gen. Qasem Suleimani by a U.S. airstrike. The Joint Comprehensive Plan…
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