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Britain can unilaterally halt Brexit process, EU’s top court rules

December 10, 2018 |

Britain can unilaterally halt the formal process of leaving the European Union, the bloc’s top court said Monday. – RSS Channel – World

Hungary’s Orban Tests EU’s Ability to Enforce Rule of Law

September 12, 2018 |

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has built almost unchecked power at home by attacking the European Union as a club of liberal, internationalist elites. Now he is counting on some of them to protect him from censure by the bloc. What’s News Europe

EU’s Migrant Deal Reflects Ascendance of Nativist Parties

June 30, 2018 |

Europe’s leaders agreed to start holding some migrants in detention camps, as politicians including German Chancellor Angela Merkel face a backlash to her 2015 decision to open the continent’s doors. What’s News Europe

EU’s Tusk to testify in Poland over president’s plane crash

April 23, 2018 |

Top European Union official Donald Tusk says his appearance in court in a case relating to the 2010 plane crash that killed Poland’s president and 95 others is about “important matters.”
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Bulgaria Question Brings the EU’s Identity Crisis into Focus

February 26, 2018 |

European Union policy makers are set to face soon a decision on whether Bulgaria can join the common currency—and their response will have broader implications about the EU’s future than many policy debates in Brussels. What’s News Europe

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. What’s News Europe

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. What’s News Europe

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. What’s News Europe

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. What’s News Europe

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. What’s News Europe