There are now little more than two months left before Britain crashes out of the European Union, and it’s still possible that politicians will conjure up some magic. But don’t count on it.
Without any action by Tuesday, a temporary exemption will expire and tariffs of 25 percent on European steel and 10 percent on aluminum will go into effect.
If the U.S. can’t be relied upon, might Germany show interest in becoming a nuclear power?
The UK votes in a week on whether or not to remain in the European Union.
Greece plays a key role in two of the biggest headaches policymakers are facing: relations with Russia, and the flood of Middle East and African refugees heading for Europe.
Sunday’s elections to the European Parliament may be a big yawn for most voters, but they’re set to provide a dramatic boost to far-right parties across the continent.
An ambivalent approach in much of Europe toward Putin’s destabilization of Ukraine is crippling efforts to build a resolute EU response.
One of Europe’s most comprehensive welfare states is trying to build a ‘participation society’ – asking people to do more to help each other before turning to the government for aid.
In a country that depends on migrants, a referendum to restrict immigration reflects hardening European views on the issue.
Latvia became the eurozone’s newest member on Jan. 1, its latest step into the European sphere. But it is also the poorest euro-using country, and still dependent on Russia.
Three months after news about a girl alleged to have been abducted by Roma proved false, prejudice continues to grow.
Sozialtourismus sounds innocuous. But according to the jury that named it ‘Germany’s worst word’ for 2013, it’s actually insidious.
Although the EU’s recent expansion into Central Europe was partly meant to improve human rights there, new members have been thumbing their noses at the old boys’ club.
The former Soviet republic’s rapprochement with its neighbors is changing politics in the region.
Decision on common bank rules seen as the most important since launching the euro.
As restrictions against migration by Bulgarians and Romanians ease next year, Britons fear an influx.
Protesters in Kiev angry that Ukranian President Yanukovych has spurned a trade deal with the EU in favor of closer ties with Russia don’t appear to have swayed the government.
The US and European governments worry that Turkey is turning a blind eye to jihadis from their soil seeking to fight in Syria, and fear the consequences when these blooded fighters return home.
With thousands of protesters still jamming Kiev’s streets, President Yanukovych calls for political talks to resolve country’s worst crisis in a decade.
Kiev rejected closer ties to the EU last month. But many say the intensity of pro-EU demonstrations show that Brussels should not give up on Ukraine.