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"It's time for the Atlantic to become, once again, the beating heart of global cooperation," said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
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John Kerry, the United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, said that the EU and his own nation must intensify their work on climate change during a visit to Brussels Tuesday.
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There was some relief for the EU this week both on vaccines and defence.
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The European Commission laid out its trade priorities for the next few years on Thursday, which include reforming the World Trade Organization.
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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.
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Europe's week: Brussels eager for a new start after Biden inauguration
"This new dawn in America is the moment we have been waiting for, for so long," said EU chief Ursula von der Leyen.
EU-US relations under Biden 'won't be the same as before Trump'
"There will be no nostalgia," said EU trade chief Sabine Weyland. "We are not going to go back to the global order of previous days."
We should cherish Europe's democracy daily, says MEP after US violence
"The rule of law and democracy should not be taken as self-evident and easy but something that we have to cherish and respect every day," said Finnish MEP Miapetra Kumpula-Natri.
Scientist killing 'will not help' bid to revive Iran nuclear deal
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed while driving through the city of Absard, east of Tehran, by “armed terrorist elements” using explosives and machine-gun fire, the Iranian state broadcaster said.
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Serbia's president Aleksandar Vučić had hoped for a Trump victory in the US presidential election. The elevation of Joe Biden to the presidency poses many challenges for him, both domestically and internationally.
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As the votes are being counted, misinformation circulating on social media surrounding voter fraud is rife.
'Profound regret': ICC prosecutor on being hit with US sanctions
Earlier this month President Donald Trump authorised economic and travel sanctions against Fatou Bensouda and other ICC workers over their probe into whether US troops and intelligence officials committed war crimes in Afghanistan.
The Brief: European cinema faces-off with US industry giants
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Analysis: Iran nuclear deal on the brink
With Iran diplomacy in limbo, the nuclear agreement seems at the brink of falling apart. Yet, the European guarantors of the deal, France, Germany and the UK, triggered the mediation mechanism in a last-ditch effort to save what was praised as one of the biggest diplomatic achievements of our time.
Middle East crisis: EU's delicate balancing act between Washington and Tehran
In the past week, the EU has struggled to find a voice on foreign policy amid rising tensions in the Middle East. Thursday, the new EU Council President on a visit to Croatia - dismissed those claims, insisting he would be play a more important role.
US-Iran: EU urges de-escalation and commitment to Iran nuclear deal
The first weekly meeting this year of the EU's commissioners focusing on the developments in the Middle East. The EU's foreign policy chief still clinging onto the hope that they can keep Iran within the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal known as the JCPOA.
The Brief: US-Iran tensions- first test for 'geopolitical commission'
The EU scrambled to respond after tensions rose in the Middle East following the assassination of a top Iranian security official by a U.S. strike in Iraq.
EU argues against US metal tariffs at WTO
In a public hearing at the World Trade Organization, the European Union has launched a case against the United States over metal tariffs imposed in 2018. It is the first of a series of cases brought to the Geneva-based trade body by countries hit by those measures.
G7: diplomatic detentes and mixed messages
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EU-US relations under Trump - "not impossible he changes"
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Gordon Sondland and Frederica Mogherini both said they share goals with Trump, but have different approaches to them. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was not as optimistic - saying he will not be "deceived" by Trump.
EU trade tsar on US: 'We hope we don't impose tariffs on each other'
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom talks about EU-US relations and ties to China.
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.