EU chief Juncker raises spectre of new Balkans war
European Union Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday warned of a new war in the Balkans if Bosnia, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo do not feel the EU is serious about offering them future membership.
Juncker urges EU to assume stronger world role
Europe must become a "global player" with a muscular foreign policy to match its economic strength, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker urged Wednesday, in his annual address to the bloc's parliament.
White House under fire for barring CNN reporter from event
The White House was under fire Wednesday for barring a CNN reporter from attending an event with the president, allegedly for having asked questions that officials objected to.
EU won't give in to Trump trade threats
Europe won't give in to threats by US President Donald Trump, Germany's foreign minister said Tuesday, ahead of the European Commission chief's visit to Washington to prevent an all-out trade war.
Thorstein Veblen, a prophet sans honour
2018 marks the bicentennial of the birth of Karl Marx, the great dissector of human societies, and the co-author of the theories that inspired Communism as a political ideology.
EU unveils bigger post-Brexit budget
The EU unveiled plans Wednesday for a bigger 1.279-trillion euro budget for the seven years after Brexit, featuring a controversial move to cut funding for countries that fail to respect the rule of law.
Time to turn Brexit speeches into treaties, Juncker tells May
Britain must "translate speeches into treaties" and come up with a detailed plan for its post-Brexit ties with the EU, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday.
May hails 'important step' after EU leaders unlock Brexit talks
British Prime Minister Theresa May welcomed a decision by EU leaders in Brussels on Friday to open crucial talks on a post-Brexit relationship with Britain and thanked the European Commission and EU presidents.