Still smarting from the veto of the Alstom-Siemens deal, Paris and Berlin want Brussels to focus on forging champions.
From political witch-hunts and nobbling bank mergers to hacking Covid regulations, the ECB’s brushes with the law are varied ...
TBILISI, Georgia — The Georgian parliament on Tuesday voted to adopt a controversial new law that would brand Western-backed ...
Ruling coalition wants to restrict access to information and to require media to correct articles on demand, saying “the era ...
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen failed to disclose if she was behind a Google ad campaign worth €70,000 ...
The fabled Franco-German engine is sputtering — meaning the next EU top jobs and political priorities are all to play for ...
De Croo had already announced last year that Belgium would send F-16s to Ukraine in 2025 — without saying how many. Crucially ...
The UK general election may see some subtle digs at the prime minister’s vast wealth. LONDON — British Prime Minister Rishi ...
ATHENS — Greece’s Interior Ministry will have to pay a hefty fine for failing to safeguard the personal data of voters ahead ...
Meanwhile, the Belgian presidency of the Council of EU is trying to find a common position among the 27 member countries of ...
Competition for jobs will also rise if the election ushers in an influx of ex-ministers and ambitious new MPs. If Labour’s ...
Even if they aren’t yet, things could soon get nastier as Brussels’ investigation into Chinese electric vehicles nears its ...