EU to establish in Nuuk as Greenland eyes new markets
Amid Greenland’s search for new business partners, the European Union establishes first office in Nuuk as the island’s exports decreased by 15% after Russian sanctions.
New language app to support learning endangered languages
An EU funded project has released a new language learning app called IndyLan, encouraging English, Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish speakers to learn endangered languages.
Pressure mounts on Europe’s Guantanamo
Refusing the repatriation of European women and their children detained in camps in Syria is becoming a stain on Europe and a threat to security.
EU trading with Mercosur: a bargain or exploitation?
After two decades of start-stop negotiations, EU trade negotiators have struck a historical trade deal with South American trade block Mercosur.
With Western countries primarily looking to supply their own with vaccine doses, China, India and Russia have scored diplomatic points by distributing their vaccines globally.
Britannia rules the Nordic waves
The United Kingdom is making fishing agreements with several countries near and within arctic territories on its’ aim to restore former self-proclaimed imperial glory.