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 Giorgia Meloni could well become Italy’s first female prime-minister and the country’s first far-right leader since Benito Mussolini.

Giorgia Meloni: Italy’s first female (and far-right) prime-minister?

In Italy’s last election in 2018, Giorgia Meloni’s party, the far-right Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d ’Italia) scored less than 4% in Sicily, just behind what was garnered nationally


Whatever the military outcome on the killing fields of the Donbas, it’s the solidarity of the European Union that will eventually determine whether Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is defeated or victorious.

Putin’s war will be won or lost in Brussels

Giles Merritt looks at the dizzying costs of the Ukraine war and the energy crisis, and warns that a failure of EU solidarity would hand the Kremlin victory


With Europe facing significant energy and cost of living crises, not to mention the more existential threats posed by a war on its eastern border, this was a missed opportunity for those searching for a display of ambitious and decisive EU leadership to help them through the challenging year ahead.

Von der Leyen’s missed opportunity

Set-piece speeches are the political equivalent of eating a packet of biscuits in one sitting: It feels good at the time, but you feel hungry and bloated an hour later


A Parliament vice president and a former Finnish minister said: “The sordid saga to install Mr Chiocchetti as the new secretary-general of the European Parliament is bound to damage the Parliament’s reputation in the eyes of European citizens and representatives of other EU institutions,” she warned.

European Parliament’s secret horse-trading

Alessandro Chiocchetti is the European Parliament’s new secretary-general, an influential job overseeing a staff of 8,000 and a budget of €2 billion


MEPs repeat their request for the European Commission to launch, without delay, an impact assessment, public consultation and scoping exercise on a Bilateral Investment Agreement (BIA) with the Taiwanese authorities.

MEPs urge EU memberstates to build closer ties with Taiwan

The European Parliament strongly condemned the recent Chinese aggressive military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, while calling for strengthened EU relations with Taipei


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