Rami Mortada, Ambassador of Lebanon to the Kingdom of Belgium and to the EU, talks about migration and Lebanon's concerns following the EU-Turkey summit of 7 March 2016.
Citizens & Consumers
Hughes Belin unveils the latest EU Energy developments for the month of February 2016.
A quick look at what is happening in the EU environment world in March 2016 with leading environment journalist Sonja van Renssen.
Antti Timonen, EPP Group spokesperson, unveils, for viEUws, his group's stance on the Commission's Corporate Tax Package.
Financial & Competition
AGRA FACTS journalists Rose O’Donovan and Ed Bray provide an update on the latest agri-related items on the agenda for April 2016.
Food & Agriculture
Glenn Vaughan, Chief Executive of the British Chamber of Commerce, voices out the UK businesses’ position on Brexit in an exclusive interview for viEUws.
Foreign Affairs & Trade
A quick look at what is happening in the EU technosphere in April 2016 with leading tech journalist Jennifer Baker.
Jeremy Jenard is joined by Angelika Mlinar MEP (ALDE) to discuss the importance of gender-balanced environments and gender mainstreaming as means to tackle gender inequalities.
In this Brussels Briefing on Transport, Dave Keating provides an overview of the latest EU transport policy developments.
Ahead of the Valletta Summit on Migration, African Union Ambassador to the EU, Ajay Bramdeo, shares his stance on the current Refugee Crisis.
Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Energy Union, discusses the Commission's plans to tackle energy poverty.
Elina Bardram, Miriam Dalli MEP, Rosalind Cook and Charlotte Wolff-Bye debate the question: “COP21: What opportunities does the Paris agreement bring for Europe?”
Marjory van den Broeke, European Parliament spokesperson, unveils what lies behind the Parliament's new legislation on Trade Secrets.
Pr. Alan Buckwell about how farming is affecting our environment, ways the EU can encourage more recycling and whether punishing farmers more severely for pollution is appropriate.
Chrystia Freeland Canadian Minister of International Trade, discusses the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement between Canada and the EU.
Max Schrems, the man who toppled the EU-US Safe Harbour deal says a new agreement would be no better and that a sector-specific approach to EU-US data transfers would be preferable.
Janis Emmanouilidis, Director of Studies at the European Policy Centre, addresses the EU-Turkey deal controversy and takes stock of the latest instruments put forward by the EU.
The emission inquiry committee (EMIS) will thoroughly investigate car makers’ breaches of rules on emission tests. James Holtum, Spokesperson for the ECR Group, has the details.
Amnesty International EU acting director Iverna McGowan tells Ellie Mears a Europe-wide scheme to relocate refugees is insufficient to solve the crisis.
Maroš Šefčovič, Jerzy Buzek MEP and Anders Marvik debate the question: "State of the Energy Union: is there progress?"
Peter Zapfel, Bas Eickhout MEP and Chris Scott-Wilson debate the question: “The EU ETS in 2030: what will it look like?”
In an exclusive interview for viEUws, Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, highlights her priorities and what is at stake in the EU.
Executive Director of the Association of Brazilian beef exporters discusses Brazil's agricultural sector and the implications of an EU-Mercosur trade deal.
Johanna Bouquet and Nicolas Gros-Verheyde, Editor-in-Chief of Bruxelles2, discuss the issues on the agenda of the 18-19 April 2016 Foreign Affairs Council.
A quick look at what is happening in the EU technosphere in February 2016 with leading tech journalist Jennifer Baker.
Jennifer Baker presents EU Tweets of the Week, looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Richard More O'Ferrall, Greens Group spokesperson, outlines his block's main concerns and expectations in the wake of the Volkswagen Scandal.
ECR Group – The European Border guard explained
EPP in CoR – On the spot: Anna Magyar – EU’s Enlargement Strategy 2015-2016