NATO has much to celebrate but if the alliance is to survive in the coming decades it has to find ways to adapt to the evolving and emerging threats, and to manage tension in the transatlantic relationship.
Euronews speaks to US ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland about his recent trip to Ukraine.
U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker arrive for a meeting at EU Commission headquarters in Brussels
American whiskey companies must think foreign tariffs are not so neat. International trade disputes led whiskey exports to fall by 8.7 per cent in the second half of 2018.
Top US diplomat in charge of European affairs resigns, citing personal reasons, according to a letter seen by Euronews.
The EU’s ambassador to the US has been downgraded in a further sign of turbulent transatlantic ties.
In this edition: confusion clouds EU-US diplomatic relations ahead of a trade mission to Washington, Poland and Italy strengthen ties for eurosceptic bloc in European elections and Russia seeks to develop new missiles.
Europe should keep close transatlantic partnership, but look out for other allies
Professor Krugman is right to be concerned given President Trump's ongoing attacks on democratic norms in the US and the Republican party's complicity in those attacks, but I don't agree that we are close to becoming another Poland or Hungary.
The European Commission is to strike back at the US' 'illegal' imposition of tariffs on European steel and aluminium by imposing €2.8 billion in duties on US products.
At the first ever meeting in their new Brussels HQ, NATO will lay out plans to reinforce defences on Europe's eastern flank in the Baltics. The moves are seen as preparations for any eventual Russian attack.
The French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian called the move brutal and unacceptable
The French president slams US ‘economic nationalism’ as EU leaders weigh up retaliation, as US tariffs on steel and aluminium imports come into effect.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: there may be trouble ahead for the EU and eurozone, as the political uncertainty continues in Italy; and
In this edition of State of the Union: In the week that Donald Trump officially moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, sparking protests and violence
Deadline looms for Donald Trump to decide whether EU will be permanently exempted from metal tariffs
US President Donald Trump said he had "substantive talks on Iran nuclear deal" with Macron and is looking forward to doing something.
As US President Donald Trump lays out the red carpet with the arrival of his French counterpart, we look at what's stoking their close bond.
The threat came after European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker vowed to fight back against Trump’s plans for a 25% tariff on imported steel and 10% on aluminium.
The European Union has vowed to hit back after the US revealed plans to impose import tariffs on steel.
Euronews asked trade and politics experts why Trump thinks EU policies are “very unfair” to the US.
May the force be with us!
Ministers meet in Brussels to discuss new maritime and logistics commands
The European Commission has again raised concerns over proposed US sanctions on Russia, as the bill is passed by the US House of Representatives.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Ukraine for the first time on Sunday, meeting President Petro Poroshenko for talks.
The major flaw in Trump’s reasoning is that combating climate change would strengthen the US, not weaken it. Trump is looking toward the past – a past that, ironically, was not that great.