German coalition calls for regular EU security summits.
Yanukovych called Barroso, asking for discussions to resume
The two sides have been working on a text for more than three months.
EU views to be influential on world plans.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta likely to emerge strengthened from a second round of voting.
Progress made in 16-hour talks in Prague
Outcomes of Vilnius summit look small
Russia has at the last minute suspended a decision that would have resulted in delays and extra up front costs for European road-hauliers transporting goods to the country.
Russia has begun collecting information from passengers travelling to or through the country, bringing it one step closer towards its goal of acquiring the level of data that the United States obtains from European [...]
Barroso insists EU will not re-open talks on trade and political deals, but is willing to talk about implementation.
If we are serious about eradicating AIDS we need to focus on prevention – this requires the promotion of reproductive health and family planning.
The agreement is irrevocable, says David Zalkaliani, Georgia's first deputy foreign minister.
The European Union and Japan ended their summit last week (19 November) with a ringing affirmation of their intention to conclude a free-trade deal swiftly.
The United States Congress is working on legislation to restrict the intelligence-gathering activities of the National Security Agency (NSA), a group of American lawmakers told the European Parliament's foreign affairs [...]
The European Union deserves a great deal of credit for securing a deal on Iran's nuclear programme
China and the European Union formally launched talks on an investment agreement at their summit in Beijing last Thursday (21 November), in one of a number of signs that the EU wants to ensure that its relationship with [...]
With only two deals pending with Georgia and Moldova, what can the EU learn from its Eastern Partnership project?
Ukrainians and others among Europe's eastern neighbours are captives of their own rulers
The EU should not write off Belarus
For Catherine Ashton, last weekend's breakthrough in the talks with Iran over its nuclear-enrichment programme will rank as one of the highlights of her term as the European Union's foreign policy chief.
EU's offer to Ukraine is still on the table.
Focus turns to implementation of confidence-building agreement; EU's foreign policy chief praised for role in leading talks.
European commissioner says Russian pressure and “myths and misinterpretation” led to Ukraine's decision not to sign trade and political deals with EU.
Biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia to be subject to extra duty for five years.
Hopes of ‘ambitious' trade and political agreements quashed.
Hopes of trade and political agreements with the EU are evaporating.
As European Union leaders were preparing to meet their Chinese counterparts at a summit in Beijing today (21 November), a Spanish court issued arrest warrants in genocide proceedings against former Chinese president [...]
The European Union may give Myanmar – Burma – up to €90 million a year in its 2014-20 development-aid budget. This would make the country one of the principal recipients of EU support.
Catherine Ashton, the European Union's foreign policy chief, held another round of talks in Geneva yesterday (20 November) to prepare the ground for an international agreement to bring Iran's nuclear programme under [...]
Political and security situation deteriorating
The European Union may scale back its financial support for Greenland in 2014-20, despite the Danish territory's significance as one of the few areas in the EU with rare-earth minerals.
The worst mistake made by journalists after the fall of communism was not to track what was happening to the old regime's money and members
Vote to allow Tymoshenko to receive medical treatment in Germany will be held on Thursday.
EU delays decision on trade and political deals as Ukraine's parliament prepares for vote on jailed opposition leader.
Uncertainty ahead of Eastern Partnership summit on 28-29 November.