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Emmanuel Macron's second term priorities for Europe
Support for the European Union has been Emmanuel Macron’s trademark policy ever since he first came to power in 2017. The French president believes in the EU. Freshly re-elected, he now has five more years to pursue his goal of close cooperation between member states.
What would a neutral Ukraine look like?
A neutral Ukraine would be forced to renounce NATO aspirations but could continue its path towards EU membership.
What is the 'strategic compass' and what does it mean for EU defence?
It has its weaknesses but shows the EU is carving itself a greater geopolitical role.
Explained: Denmark's surprising U-turn on the EU common defence policy
The Ukraine war is prompting the Nordic country to reconsider an opt-out clause that dates back to the early 1990s.
Nord Stream 2 future dependent on Russian action on Ukraine
The natural gas pipeline was completed in September, but is currently awaiting approval from both German and European regulators.
Word of the Week: Strategic Compass
Much as been said about EU's newest tool, but what does it mean and where is this compass leading the bloc?
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Europe's week: EU manages Afghanistan withdrawal and Belarus sanctions
The week was mired by discontent among European Union countries. Train drivers in Germany went on another strike; Greek police clashed with participants of anti-vaccine rules protests; and in Poland, the public resistance against the country's controversial justice reform intensified.
Arctic should remain an area of cooperation, not conflict, says MEP
Global players, including the EU, are turning their attention to the Arctic, as climate change has made the region more accessible.
NATO allies must all meet spending requirements, says Stoltenberg
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg urged members of the military alliance to jointly fund more of its work at a virtual meeting of defence ministers on Wednesday.
Serbian defence minister tests positive for coronavirus
The defence secretary was tested after a state secretary in the Ministry of Defence was hospitalised for COVID-19.
'No final decision' on US troop withdrawal says NATO chief Stoltenberg
The move by Donald Trump to threaten the removal of American soldiers in Germany had caught the military alliance off guard. The first reports in the press date 5 June, and Stoltenberg confirmed to Euronews that he had spoken to Trump only last week about the plans.
EU wants funds for 'stronger defence policy' amid coronavirus threat
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown EU cooperation into the spotlight. How armed forces and civil protection services work to ensure health security has come into focus, from building hospitals to transporting goods. The EU's foreign policy chief said that he wants to see funding going to defence.
How will Brexit impact Europe's defence? Euronews answers
Uncertainty looms as the UK and the EU are yet to decide on a legal framework for their future defence cooperation after Brexit, just a few weeks before Britain is due to leave the bloc.
A tense meeting for NATO after 'brain death' comments
Internal battles in the military alliance hang over the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Brussels this Wednesday.
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Biarritz, hybrid threats and political therapy
Politically, it was a brutal end to this year's summer vacation, the G7 summit in Biarritz. Meanwhile, Belgium remains without a government. A private company launched a sort of a giant blind date to discuss the political divides. All this and more in State of the Union.
Brexit by the sea – Tiny Dutch village braces for huge Brexit party
"The idea of waving to the Brits and waving back is great and to have different types of music from different European countries. It is amazing idea and we support it," Mayor of Wijk ann See
Brexit: MEPs on decision to suspend UK parliament
So here on the Brief from Brussels we've been talking to member of the European Parliament about how worried they are about Brexit now.
How much does your nation spend on defence?
European countries have been repeatedly admonished by US President Donald Trump since his election for not spending at least 2% of their GDP on defence expenditures.
The Brief: emigration concerns, CAP reform and NATO
A new survey shows southern and eastern European countries are more concerned by emigration than immigration. MEPs prepare to vote on reforms to the famous Common Agricultural Policy and NATO sets out priorities ahead of its 70th anniversary.
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Worries grow of another arms race as Russia removes itself from the INF treaty.
EU round-up from Strasbourg
New defence fund, Rutte lays out EU vision, drone rules approved
The Brief: Counterterrorism and tax havens
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
EU-NATO push for anti-terror cooperation
As the so-called Islamic State loses ground in the Middle East, NATO defense ministers meeting in Brussels are pushing for closer counterterrorism measures with the European Union.
Estonia urges EU to do more defence
Estonia, which has taken over the EU presidency, has urged fellow member states to do more on defence.
The Brief from Brussels: NATO chief reveals hike in defence spending
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from the EU's de-facto political capital
EU reveals plans for unified military and defence strategy
Brussels has bowed to pressure to boost military ties to show it can provide security in the face of terrorist attacks and a resurgent Russia.