Nicolas Sarkozy has narrowly lost the Presidency after a single term, but his Socialist party successor, Francis Hollande, has not won a mandate.
Former European Commission President Jacques Delors, architect of the single euro currency, told The Daily Telegraph the euro was doomed from the start.
A former president of the European Commission says the body is being "pushed aside" in agreements about institutional organization in eurozone countries.
A founder of the European Union's Erasmus Program said its student exchange policies should focus on accommodating the urgent needs of a now-larger EU.
The chief executive of the European Union wants to scrap at least 69 draft laws that he called absurd.
A new ruling that France will have to amend parts of its constitution to fall in line with the European charter, along with an upcoming vote by the powerful opp
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