Combating pandemics across Europe and Asia
Only by working together across international boundaries can Europe and Asia be fully prepared for public health disasters, warns Martin Seychell of the European Commissio
Cyber-space now seen as 'fifth dimension of warfare'
Rulings need to be accepted across all countries in order to find a compromise between security and freedom - writes Chris Hardy
War 'unlikely' in Falklands, but UK could lose regional access
The key is just how far Latin American countries will be prepared to go to support Argentina's territorial claims to the Falklands – writes Matt Ince
In reality, the EU does not attract foreign direct investment
Being outside the European Union has actually encouraged foreign direct investment in a number of non-member countries so is the single market really the huge economic advantage it is cracked up to be - asks Michael Burbage
Does Coca Cola taste different in some parts of Europe?
Does Coca Cola serve an inferior quality fizzy drink to poor Europeans? Consumer association claims are not exactly convincing, reports Justin Stares
Europe must start talking to the BRICS collectively
The BRICS - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - have emerged as a collective and coordinated player on the global stage and Europe must acknowledge this - writes Jacek Saryusz-Wolski MEP
New regulations could include barcodes on breast implants
What we are now looking for is a unique identifier - something like a barcode - so that every single implant can quickly be traced from factory, to distributor, to hospital, to patient - says Linda McAvan MEP
The world according to Noam Chomsky
Touching upon a diverse range of topics - from public services, the eurozone crisis and environmental issues to Iran, Europe's stance on Palestine and the US presidential race - Professor Noam Chomsky speaks to PublicServiceEurope.com editor Dean Carroll in the second of two major interviews
Spending cuts risk EU defence drain
Defence cuts in the EU could see military production moved offshore with a potentially damaging impact on Europe – unless it commits to sharing its resources, writes Francesco Guarascio
Globalisation 3.0 can 'raise living standards across the world'
Globalisation is not a zero-sum game - it has the potential to raise living standards in all regions of the world, but only if it is properly managed - writes Alex Glennie
Solidarity and EU social policy is the key to economic recovery
Europe may need a social pact and solidarity, not just new fiscal rules, if it wants to come good on the promise of job creation and economic growth - writes Vanessa Rossi
Cloud computing could be 'game-changer for economy'
Embracing the cloud could boost innovation and economic productivity, while providing many benefits for businesses and individuals – insists Paul Meller
Loss of biodiversity - Europe's 'silent crisis'
We consider ourselves the guardians of planet earth, but we are responsible for an extinction rate that has not been seen since the disappearance of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago – writes Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy MEP
Tackling poverty - offering a hand-up, not a hand-out
We will tackle poverty by offering a hand-up, not a hand-out - by giving people in need the fishing rod to fish and not the fish - writes Joseph Daul MEP
Former EP president - successor must 'fight for prominent role'
Having just stepped down as president of the European Parliament – Jerzy Buzek talks to Francesco Guarascio about the trials and tribulations of his term in office, including a lobbying scandal and rows over the second seat in Strasbourg