By Nina L. Khrushcheva, Professor of International Affairs and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at The New School and senior fellow at the World
Energy ministers have already failed to reach agreement on a joint statement on climate change at the meeting in Italy.
The German Chancellor and the US President have held their first joint press conference.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Donald Trump haven’t always seen eye-to-eye, meaning their first face-to-face discussions could be tense.
The last time Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel went to Washington it was at the behest of her close friend and ally Barack Obama.
The EU Commission has said it will “take note” of a vote by the European Parliament to reintroduce visa requirements for US citizens, temporarily.
The European Parliament has taken the first step in potentially revoking visa-free travel of Americans to the European Union
By Joschka Fischer, Germany’s foreign minister and vice chancellor from 1998 to 2005 Little more than a month after US President Donald Trump’s
This is State of the Union, a weekly round up of the top stories from across Europe.
US Vice President Mike Pence pledged support for the EU and NATO on Monday, distancing himself from comments made by President Donald Trump.
The key to enabling the EU to meet this potential – to save itself and the world from catastrophe – is for member states urgently to adopt a “European Union first” mantra.
By Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor S. Ivanov, Sam Nunn The chasm between Russia and the West appears to be wider now than at any point since
The man tipped to be President Trump's pick as US ambassador to the European Union is faced with being blocked by EU politicians
Mikaela Shiffrin continued her dominant season winning the Stockholm Parallel Slalom, but there was also a first title for Linus Strasser.
European diplomats have voiced their anger at President Donald Trump’s travel ban, continuing the global backlash.
Like a professional athlete winner Mathew Peters, trained five days a week, up to twelve hours a day for the gastronomic battle.
This is the State of the Union, a weekly roundup of the top stories from Brussels.
The greatest immediate danger lies in the Trump administration’s relationship with Moscow. There is a risk that deals with Moscow, particularly on Ukraine, increase Eastern Europe’s dependence on Russia and ultimately divide the continent into two zones of influence.
NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.
Trump's news conference a 'trainwreck,' 'jaw-dropping,' 'lame' and 'strange.'
By Joseph S. Nye, professor at Harvard University, former US assistant secretary of defense and chairman of the US National Intelligence
The Kremlin accuses Washington of 'an aggressive foreign policy' as it warns of the damaging effects of fresh sanctions on Russia.
European Union foreign ministers met for an emergency dinner on Sunday to try to work out their best approach to a Donald Trump presidency.
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