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The EU’s Real Rule-of-Law Crisis

February 13, 2018 |

The perceived failure of European Union member states to respect EU rules and of Brussels to interpret and enforce those rules consistently and fairly has been an important factor in all recent EU crises. It has led to a loss of trust not just in Brussels but in the governments of other EU member states.
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EU’s Chief Negotiator Throws Doubt on Quick Brexit Deal

February 10, 2018 |

“Substantial” differences exist between the U.K. and the European Union on the terms of a post-Brexit transition agreement, the EU’s chief negotiator said, throwing further doubt on hopes for a quick deal.
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Uber Dealt Blow as EU’s Top Court Rules It Is a Transport Company

December 20, 2017 |

Uber suffered a major defeat in its effort to overturn strict rules and licensing requirements in Europe, after the bloc’s highest court ruled the ride-hailing company should be regulated as a transportation service, rather than a digital service.
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In Its New World, EU’s Threats Come From Abroad

November 28, 2017 |

Migration, which is fueling support for anti-EU populist parties, Russian aggression in Eastern Europe, and Brexit now challenge the bloc’s existence.
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EU’s Juncker Is ‘Broadly Satisfied’ With U.S. Russian Sanctions Legislation

August 4, 2017 |

A top European Union official said he is broadly satisfied that changes made to the U.S. Russia sanctions bill will protect European interests. President Trump signed the bill into law on Wednesday.
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Google Hit With $2.7B Fine in EU’s ‘Worst-Kept Secret’

June 27, 2017 |

Don’t mess with Margrethe Vestager, even if you’re Google. The tech giant found that out Tuesday when, in what Bloomberg calls “the worst-kept secret in Brussels,” Europe’s competition chief hit it with a $ 2.7 billion antitrust fine—the largest ever in this kind of case, per the New York…
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EU’s ‘Door Remains Open’ to U.K., Macron Tells May

June 14, 2017 |

French President Emmanuel Macron said the door remains open for the U.K. to stay in the EU, reflecting uncertainties over coming exit talks as weakened U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May scrambles to plot a course out of the bloc.
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EU’s Brexit Negotiator Puts Tight Timeframe on U.K. Leaving the Bloc

December 6, 2016 |

The European Union’s chief Brexit pointman sought to put the U.K. on the defensive, laying out a tight timetable for the negotiations and warning that, once it had exited the bloc, Britain would need to come back to agree future ties with the EU.
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EU’s New Bomb Is Ticking in the Netherlands

November 21, 2016 |

The risk to the European project comes from a new generation of Dutch euroskeptics who are less divisive about immigration but utterly committed to the destruction of the EU, Simon Nixon writes.
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EU, U.S. trade deal not dead yet: EU’s Malmstrom

October 30, 2016 |

EU trade commissioner Malmstrom reacts during the signing of the Belgian agreement on CETA at the Lambermont Residence in BrusselsBy Robert-Jan Bartunek BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A much-debated trade deal between the European Union and the United States is not dead and negotiations will continue with the new U.S. administration after November's elections, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said on Saturday. Paul Magnette, the premier of Belgium's region of Wallonia who led opposition to the Canadian trade deal, told his parliament on Friday that with the concessions he managed to agree, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) was "dead and buried".



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