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Romania sees Black Sea renewable hub, gas production growth

Ambitious projects and cross-border cooperation between the countries in the region are key in order for the Black Sea to become a renewables energy...

Bulgaria, Romania push regional renewable energy projects

Bulgaria is working with its neighbors to boost energy security and collaborate on joint cross-border projects in natural gas and renewables, according to Bulgaria’s...

EU law banning greenwashing to empower consumers for the green transition

Companies can no longer market their goods using unfounded claims about their environmental impact and durability, Croatian MEP Bijana Borzan told NE Global in...

Sustainable tourism to help world economies, societies

NE Global sat down with Alessandra Priante, the Director of the UNWTO for Europe, the UN agency that promotes sustainable and responsible tourism, to...

Cameron’s return as Foreign Secretary raises UK’s international profile

David Cameron, who was made foreign secretary in a surprise move by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during his cabinet reshuffle on November 13, brings...

Economy Minister says Kazakhstan to expand investment and diversify trade with Europe

Kazakhstan’s Minister of National Economy, Alibek Kuantyrov, spoke to NE Global in an exclusive interview about his country's relations with Europe, Astana's economic partners,...

Kazakhstan’s Deputy FM says EU & US ties remain strong as Central Asia’s largest country emerges as regional power

In the three-plus decades since Kazakhstan emerged as an independent nation from the ashes of the Soviet Union's 1991 collapse, the Central Asian giant...

GoatChat AI founder believes technology has ‘limitless’ potential

Artificial intelligence, including generative AI systems based on models that include ChatGPT, has grown rapidly and opened up immeasurable opportunities for businesses, better governance,...

Energy supply giants Azerbaijan & Kazakhstan mull green economy options

Azerbaijan will continue being a reliable exporter of traditional energy sources to Europe but the South Caucasus nation plans to also advance the development...

Former MI5 chief warns of national cybersecurity threats

Following the US, EU, and UK's decisions to ban China’s TikTok from government phones over security fears and recent reports of a Russian cyber...

NE Global interviews Iran’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi

Iranians have tried every other possible way to work for change, for many years. Those who thought they could reform the regime have continually been disappointed. Now they know that they have no other solution.

Quo vadis, Italia?

2023 promises to be a pivotal year for Italy as Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni looks to lead the country down a path of political and economic stabilization.

BMW tests green hydrogen, but holds steady combustion engines

German auto manufacturer BMW still relies on combustion engines, but the future for cars in cities is electric, according to the company's Vice President Peter Lehnert.

Italy sees close cooperation with NATO as key to Europe’s strategic defense

Europe needs to avoid, at all costs, any form of decoupling between EU defense cooperation and the transatlantic alliance.

Interview with the Belgian winners of Cannes’ jury prize

On the sidelines of the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival NE Global's arts & culture editor, Federico Grandesso, sat down with Felix...

Interview: Battling disinformation in Europe

NE Global spoke with Italian MEP Marco Dreosto about being a member of the Special Committee on Foreign Interference in all Democratic Processes in...

Italy’s Foreign Affairs Undersecretary discusses the importance of strengthening ties with Uzbekistan

Amid new efforts by Uzbekistan to build ties with the EU, New Europe spoke with Manlio Di Stefano, Italy's Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, about...

Interview with Vannia Gava, Italy’s Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Ecological Transition

Vannia Gava, Italy's Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Ecological Transition, spoke with New Europe in an exclusive interview in Rome about the...

“Major world political challenges are not decided in the capitals of Europe”

Karl Habsburg, the media entrepreneur and Chairman of the Austrian section of the Pan-European Union spoke to New Europe about the EU's deficits, the...

Interview with Melanie Huml, Bavaria’s State Minister for European and International Affairs

With the announcement Germany will be led by a new left-learning government, following two months of often tense negotiations and political horse-trading, NE Global...

The power of investigative journalism

In February 2018, a young Slovak investigative journalist named Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend, Martina Kusnirova, were brutally murdered in their home in Velka...

Isabelle Huppert discusses her career choices and love of cinema

New Europe spoke in Venice with the iconic Oscar-nominated French actress Isabelle Huppert, who recently starred in the political drama Les Promesses by Thomas Kruithof, which...

Interview with Croatia’s foreign minister Gordan Grlic Radman

New Europe spoke in exclusive with the Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlic Radman about immigration, the “After Merkel “ and Croatia's approach in the Balkans. New...

Italy on the rise

As most of the world slowly navigates its way through the COVID pandemic, a new set of dynamics has emerged in Europe since Angela...

Interview with Ukrainian filmmaker Valentyn Vasyanovych: The horrors of modern warfare in Eastern Europe come to life on the screen

New Europe spoke with Ukrainian director Valentyn Vasyanovych, who was back at the Venice Film Festival, with his new film Reflection. Like his 2019...

Indian filmmaker returns to Venice Film Festival with a powerful look at the realities of modern Calcutta

Indian filmmaker Aditya Vikram Sengupta was back in Venice for the lagoon city's 78th annual film festival with his third feature Once Upon a Time...

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