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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.
US Vice President Mike Pence pledged the Trump administration’s ‘unwavering’ commitment to NATO on Saturday.
Euronews correspondent Natasha Richardson sat down the president of Kyrgyzstan, Almazbek Atambyev, to talk about his country’s economic ambitions and the fight against…
Brexit ‘‘is not inevitable’‘ and can be stopped by the will of the people.
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Junker says complex Brexit talks will take longer than two years
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has given a robust defence of free trade as so-called populist parties make gains across Europe.
Germany is charging ahead with investments in wind energy as momentum stalls in large parts of the EU, a new report has revealed.
Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in early 2014, its political and military relations with the West have deteriorated sharply. To head off the risk of an arms race or military confrontation, both sides must urgently agree to reciprocal measures to limit military capabilities
Hundreds of anti-free trade protesters took to the streets of Strasbourg on Wednesday as MEPs voted to back an EU-Canada free trade deal.
“Europe must regain its fun.” This is Stephanie Hartung’s vision for combatting Eurosceptics and protecting the future of the diverse but united
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Eurozone economic growth in the final three months of last year was not as good as initially thought - 0.4% rather than the initial 0.5% estimate.
Austria’s president has warned MEPs that Europe should not repeat its past mistakes, as so called populist parties look to do well in key European elections this…
Just before EU economy commissioner Pierre Moscovici visited Athens for high level talks, he spoke of the recent stalemate with the IMF and Grexit.
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By Ana Palacio, former Spanish foreign minister and visiting lecturer at Georgetown University After years of intensifying fragmentation and
Austria’s president took another swipe at so-called populist parties on Monday as he held talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has offered to open up his country to refugees – but only those seeking sanctuary from the liberal policies of western…
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