Britain is due to leave the European Union at the end of next week, but May is seeking to delay Brexit for a second time.
Trump gets a public "Dear America" message ahead of the NATO summit.
“See the millions of cars they are selling in the U.S. Terrible."
Forsaking human rights and fueling anti-Muslim sentiment will only set this fractured body back even further.
Rather than reflexively continue sanctions, the Western states should rethink their policy toward Russia. Vladimir Putin isn't a nice guy, but that hardly sets him apart. Russian democracy may be an oxymoron, but then, lack of civil and political rights never stopped Washington from backing Egypt, aiding Pakistan, or embracing Saudi Arabia.
“A majority of the member states are ready to move forward but not all of them.”
What needs to be remembered -- against populist demagogy blaming European institutions for social distress -- is that Europe has already changed our lives for the better.
The EU's continuing credibility currently hinges on the answer to the following question: Will the European Council be able to come up with practical responses to the pressing, but long-overlooked, problem of youth unemployment in Europe at its meeting on 27 June?
Beyond more focused EU spending is also the responsibility of business to help bring down youth unemployment by showing what they have to offer Europe in order to make the transition from school to work flow more smoothly.
As well as progress towards a banking union, the paper discusses the need for a more integrated budget policy, steps required
The talks are expected to focus on the stalled effort to secure the private sector's involvement in a second bailout package
The French authorities claim that the forced repatriation of Roma is "voluntary" because the expelled are being compensated
After seeking genocide recognition for almost a century, Armenian-Americans will now devote their energy to pursue all legal avenues in order to recoup their massive losses and regain their historic rights.