Afghanistan: for the EU, the debacle confirms the idea of ​​a ready-to-use force

Afghanistan: for the EU, the debacle confirms the idea of ​​a ready-to-use force

Since last year, Europeans have been thinking about strengthening European defense and their “strategic autonomy” in the management of external crises. The Afghan tragedy should spark the spotlight on these reflections. VTowards a European “entry-first” military force, a European corps that could number 5,000 soldiers who could be deployed immediately? The idea, refined for months

Coronavirus: all of Belgium is now in red on the ECDC map

Coronavirus: all of Belgium is now in red on the ECDC map

Flanders turned red on Thursday. Our neighbors are divided between this color and orange. LFlanders has changed from orange to red on the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) map, updated Thursday. With this change, the whole of Belgium is now in the red zone, Brussels is in dark red. The ECDC publishes

English pubs in turn suffer from shortages

English pubs in turn suffer from shortages

Supply problems have plagued British companies for several months now. Anear supermarkets and restaurants, iconic British pubs are in turn suffering from shortages, with some beers running out in one of the country’s largest chains, hit by supply problems due in part to Brexit and the pandemic of coronavirus. Supply problems have plagued British companies

Afghanistan: “The Taliban have protected heritage from day one”

Afghanistan: "The Taliban have protected heritage from day one"

The French archaeological delegation in Afghanistan fears neither the Taliban nor the war. Its director, Philippe Marquis, fears the climate, erosion, the disinterest of the international community and the flight of local experts. Maintenance PPresent in the field for almost a century (1922), the French Archaeological Delegation in Afghanistan (Dafa) has a rare knowledge of

Afghanistan: the President of the European Parliament very disappointed by the Member States on the issue of asylum for Afghans

Afghanistan: the President of the European Parliament very disappointed by the Member States on the issue of asylum for Afghans

“We have seen countries outside the European Union offer to welcome Afghan asylum seekers, but we have not seen a single Member State do the same”, denounced the President of the European Parliament, during a speech at the Bled Strategic Forum. Lhe President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, said he was “very disappointed” on