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COMMENTBerlin's support for a transatlantic trade and investment partnership is based on a broader agenda
The lingering euro debt crisis has underscored the two main stories of the moment in Europe: Berlin's move into the driving seat of European integration, and the widespread uneasiness in other European capitals about that development. However, beyond all the chatter about a German Europe, a different thread emerges. [...] Read more
COMMENTConflict-afflicted states need to be able to determine their own destinies
COMMENTJaroslav Neverovic, Lithuania's energy minister
COMMENTThe West shoul start exploring a response to the mendacity of media run by authoritarian states
COMMENTUnprecedented numbers of continental Europeans now speak in the angry and resentful tones traditionally heard from British Eurosceptics
COMMENTThe physical basis for a two-state solution to the conflict is rapidly disappearing
NEWSEU leaders agree to some movement on tax avoidance and statement of principles on energy
NEWSLeaders vote to overrule Lisbon Treaty's plan for reduction in the number of commissioners
NEWSEU leaders to discuss tax issues today, with Ireland under pressure over its tax rates.
COMMENTA round-up of the international press on Wednesday, 22 May.
NEWSSix candidates have met selection criteria, half of them MEPs.
COMMENTA round-up of the international press on Tuesday, 21 May.
NEWSGerman economy minister says Commission action could lead to a trade dispute.
EU-China trade disputes raise fears of retaliation
COMMENTA round-up of international press on Monday, 20 May.
COMMENTIt is undemocratic that the ECB can set the eurozone-wide inflation target unilaterally.
COMMENTA debt-mutualisation scheme for the eurozone must satisfy three crucial requirements.
COMMENTA round-up of the international press on Friday, 17 May.
NEWSAnalysts reveal that many of the energy-intensive industries resisting changes to the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) are making a profit from the system.
NEWSReport on EU Rapid Information System shows that majority of cases involved products made in China.
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We should not ignore the well-documented negative impacts of industrial biofuel
There are many serious and legitimate concerns that have been raised about the role of lobbying in recent years.
Action needed to keep competition fair.
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Temporary tariffs could range from 37% to 68%
Chinese ceramics and stoneware will be subject to anti-dumping tariffs for the next five years, starting today.
Compromise expected on single supervisor plans.
Euroscepticism grows in Cameron's own party.
Calls to extend scope of savings tax directive.+ All News articles
Carl Bildt drew on all his diplomatic experience as a foreign minister and ex-prime minister when he observed about the Eurovision Song Contest that “regional patterns persist in voting”.
Aficionados of Croatian wine should stock up now, while trade is still permitted.
As if the European quarter of Brussels did not have enough construction sites already, work is to begin next month on another large office development – this time at the behest of the [...]
The College of Europe has been having a few teething problems with an attempt to extend its famed networking skills into the digital age.
Staff unions at the Council of Ministers are struggling to get across to national governments the message that they are downtrodden and oppressed.+ All Entre nous articles
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Ahead of the elections to the European Parliament next year, the EU needs to mend relations with its citizens
Europe's aggressive regulatory unilateralism will not achieve anything good
Faith in the European Union is at an all-time low, and there are precious few signs of that changing.
Eight years after the Andijan massacre, Uzbekistan remains a human-rights disaster. When will the EU change its strategy towards Uzbekistan?
Giulio Andreotti, one of the giants of post-war politics in Italy and in Europe's Christian Democratic movement, died at the age of 94 on Monday (6 May).+ All Opinion articles