European Commissioner for Development writes about his role.
Balkan Transitional Justice
Regional initiative funded by the European Commission and the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland that aims to improve the general public’s understanding of transitional justice issues in former Yugoslav countries.
EU blog platform on which users discuss and debate issues concerning the European Union.
Blog from this Brussels based think tank which works in the field of international economics.
The Brussels Journal
Thoughts and political opinions from a collection of European conservative journalists.
Bringing a global perspective to Europe's issues, this is the blog of the European arm of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The Daily Seyahatname
Commenting on social and cultural topics related to Southeast Europe, including cinema, literature and Balkan history.
Die Wiener Nachrichten
Female journalist writes news stories with a focus on Austria, Kyrgyzstan and Eastern Europe.
Dr Sean's Diary
A lecturer in East European Politics at University College London shares thoughts on politics in central and eastern Europe.
A blog providing news and commentaries on the European Asylum Support Office (EASO).
A blog on the European Convention on Human Rights and fundamental freedoms.
News from the European Court of Justice and other European legal developments.
Author of "The New Cold War" blogs about European history and about politics in Eastern Europe.
Author and journalist covering the political coverage of Central and Eastern Europe.
A Wall Street Journal blog on on economics, politics and culture in Central and Eastern Europe.
EU Energy Policy Blog
Blogging about Europe's sustainable energy policy, more competition, better regulation, and improved policies.
EU Law Blog
About European Union law for students, academics, and practitioners.
Offering daily news from around the European Union and its institutions.
Offering informed commentary on macroeconomics, finance and politics in the Euro Zone.
A public affairs and communication consultant in Brussels shares her interest in politics, Europe, and social media.
The European Council on Foreign Relations
A pan-European think tank that conducts research and promotes informed debate across Europe on the development of coherent and effective European values-based foreign policy.
A non-partisan platform encouraging an open debate about current issues directly affecting the future of the European continent.
Forum for political dialog between European countries on national and European affairs as well as world affairs.
London School of Economics and Political Science blog, aiming to increase public understanding of governance at the European Union level.
A group of Leiden University scholars collect their thoughts the EU, the Euro, and European integration with a particular focus on the role of the Netherlands.
Publishes original texts on pressing issues in Europe today.
Gulf Stream Blues
Commentary on all things Europe, from the perspective of an American journalist.
I on Europe
A Brussels blog written by a collection of wire journalists.
Daily news from Iceland, Scandinavia and Northern Europe.
Ideas on Europe
A debating blog platform covering current European issues, from UACES, the academic association for contemporary european studies.
International Law Observer
Dedicated to reports, commentary and the discussion of topical issues of public international law, as well as EC/EU law.
Follows the destruction of democracy across the European Union, and how it could be restored.
Watching Europe, in particular its politics, with the eyes of a European citizen.
Photo blog documenting life and scenes from Romania and Austria.
Margot Wallström's Blog
Features postings and thoughts from Margot Wallström, Vice President of the European Commission.
Maria Damanaki's Blog
Sharing this European Commissioner's thoughts on her role as Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.
Maroš Šefcovic's Blog
Vice President of the European Commission blogs about inter-institutional relations.
Thoughts from a researcher at the Florence School of Regulation, at the Robert Schumann Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute in Florence.
Mikanni's Motorhome Diary
Covers the motorhome travel through the UK and Europe by Mike and Anneli. Includes their experiences, and reviews of products, camp sites, pubs, and restaurants.
Move To Europe
Posts offer advice and information for those wishing to emigrate to Europe, particularly from the US.
New Europe Online
European political newspaper offering coverage of the Brussels agenda.
Dedicated to politics and international relations from an Anglo-European perspective.
A German blogger writes about travels in Europe, with a focus on Southern Europe.
Covering European Union politics and foreign policy.
Photography blog offers images of Amsterdam and other cities in the Netherlands.
Provides daily news and updates from Playstation, as relevant to gamers in Europe.
Features the best of the European newspapers, translated into English.
Public Affairs 2.0
Offers commentary on politics, policy, public affairs and communications in Brussels and the European Union.
Offering news and updates from the South Eastern Europe Health Network.
Wall Street Journal blog analyzing business, finance and economic news from Europe.
Stavros Dimas' Blog
Features posts on environmental issues from Stavros Dimas, European Commissioner for the Environment.
Blog commenting on developments in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights.
Talking About the EU
The European Commission's head of media in the UK writes about her day-to-day work, the joys and struggles of living in London and the big EU stories of the day.
Blog from this nonprofit organization, which aims to strengthen the professionalism, independence and impact of the news media in the post-communist countries of Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Vilhelm Konnander's Weblog
Specialist in politics and security blogs about the situation in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Aims to learn how the European Commission can use social networking services to connect with citizens and interest groups in a coherent way.