Category: Politics Abroad
According to the state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, Sweden is not pursuing a “laissez-faire approach” in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
The US Senate has confirmed conservative lawyer Amy Coney Barrett as a judge on the United States Supreme Court.
Federal Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner (CDU) sees the billion-dollar EU agricultural reform, which the EU Parliament agreed on Friday, as "initiating a system change".
In Spain, a nationwide health emergency has again been declared due to the worsening corona situation.
The US historian Timothy Snyder firmly believes that under no circumstances will US President Donald Trump officially admit defeat after the presidential election on November 3.
The maiden flight of the European Ariane 6 launcher will be further delayed.
The US political scientist Michael McDonald assumes that the high number of postal voters in the US presidential election is "an enormous strategic advantage" for challenger Joe Biden.
After almost two days of negotiations, the EU states agreed on a common negotiating position for a reform of EU agricultural policy.
In the Brexit poker for a new trade agreement between the European Union and Great Britain, an emergency variant is now being examined at EU level.
In the dispute about veggie burgers or schnitzel in the European Parliament, the European People's Party is now offering a compromise.
The EU may want to lower its growth forecast for 2021.
The chief economist of the European Central Bank, Philip Lane, sees the corona pandemic as the greatest threat to the European economy.
The European Commission has launched infringement proceedings against Cyprus and Malta.
The economies of northern and southern Europe are not converging, but are drifting apart economically.
Austria wants to do more together with Germany and other countries against illegal migration.
The head of government of Wales, Mark Drakeford, has announced a two-week lockdown for the British part of the country in response to the rising number of corona cases.
The President of the International Red Cross (ICRC), Peter Maurer, has warned of massive financial problems in global humanitarian aid due to the corona pandemic.