This week, EU finance ministers met to discuss a future banking union but they failed to reach any agreement on how it would be structured.
Amid the current eurozone crisis, the EU will receive its Nobel Peace Prize on Monday.
Euronews spoke to two non-European economists in favour of the EU becoming a Nobel Laureate.
That’s in this edition of “Europe Weekly”.
- 1The Brief from Brussels: Brexit vote too close to call, Putin set for Greek visit
- 2EU sets aside €400 million to fight Islamic radicalisation in schools
- 3EU agrees ‘emergency brake’on visa-free travel within Schengen zone
- 4Why isn’t Norway in the EU?
- 5Tens of thousands march against Belgian austerity reforms in Brussels
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