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Merkel Gives Strongest Support Yet for Macron’s EU Overhaul Drive

Merkel Gives Strongest Support Yet for Macron’s EU Overhaul Drive

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the European Union must push ahead with deepening integration next year if the bloc is to have meaningful influence on the global stage, her clearest backing yet
What to Watch at Macron’s Climate Summit

What to Watch at Macron’s Climate Summit

French President Emmanuel Macron hosts at least four world leaders, three mayors and the governor of California at an event in Paris on Tuesday aimed at breathing life into the global fight against

Macron’s Pick of Encrypted Messaging App Isn’t What You’d Think

French President Emmanuel Macron uses the same encrypted iPhone messaging app once favored by the so-called Islamic State.
EU Offers U.K. Carrot, Warning Over Breaking Brexit Promises

EU Offers U.K. Carrot, Warning Over Breaking Brexit Promises

The European Union warned the U.K. against rowing back on the agreements it made last week as leaders prepare to hand Britain its first reward in the Brexit negotiations.
Macron Picks Old Rival to Steer His Vision Through EU Minefields

Macron Picks Old Rival to Steer His Vision Through EU Minefields

One way to win Emmanuel Macron’s trust is to take him on.
Germany's Protracted Attempt to Form a New Government Explained

Germany's Protracted Attempt to Form a New Government Explained

Germany’s Social Democrats are engaging in some creative thinking to make another four years of governing with Chancellor Angela Merkel palatable to party members.
Europe’s Kebab War Is Over

Europe’s Kebab War Is Over

The European Parliament voted on Wednesday to allow phosphates in meat cooked on spits.
Arab States Commit to Backing West African Anti-Terror Force

Arab States Commit to Backing West African Anti-Terror Force

Arab countries pledged more money and five West African countries said they’d accelerate efforts to get a joint anti-guerrilla military force up and running as they met Wednesday near Paris at the
Next Year's European Black Swans Aren't Bad News for Stocks

Next Year's European Black Swans Aren't Bad News for Stocks

Investors hoping for a reprieve from European geopolitical volatility in 2018 shouldn’t hold their breath. At the same time, a resulting weaker euro and price swings could mean better returns for
May Says She's Disappointed by Parliament Defeat: Brexit Update

May Says She's Disappointed by Parliament Defeat: Brexit Update

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels for a European Union summit hours after facing an embarrassing defeat on her Brexit legislation at the hands of rebels in her own party.
Divisions Over Immigration Expose EU’s Fault Lines at Summit

Divisions Over Immigration Expose EU’s Fault Lines at Summit

A bloc of Eastern European countries advocated for a toughening of the European Union’s immigration policy, setting the stage for a heated exchange at a summit on Thursday.
Brexit Unity Cracks as EU Leaders Split on Migrants, Euro Area

Brexit Unity Cracks as EU Leaders Split on Migrants, Euro Area

The united front that European Union leaders claim in Brexit talks cracked at the bloc’s last summit of the year with heads of state and government clashing openly on migration and admitting to
Theresa May Asks EU to Be Creative When Brexit Moves to Hard Part

Theresa May Asks EU to Be Creative When Brexit Moves to Hard Part

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May asked European leaders to be creative and to persevere to reach a deal when Brexit negotiations move on to trade.
Macron at 40 Enters the Prime of Life and Core of His Presidency

Macron at 40 Enters the Prime of Life and Core of His Presidency

For Emmanuel Macron, turning 40 may be the least of his worries.
Brexit Talks Are Set to Get Messy

Brexit Talks Are Set to Get Messy

The first six months of Brexit negotiations were the easy part.
Austria Shifts Right as Kurz Forges Government With Nationalists

Austria Shifts Right as Kurz Forges Government With Nationalists

Austria’s 31-year-old next leader is closing in on a pact with nationalists to form a government that reflects Europe’s anti-immigration groundswell.
Merkel's About to Find Out If SPD Will Talk About Governing

Merkel's About to Find Out If SPD Will Talk About Governing

Germany’s Social Democrats are poised to decide whether to start talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel that could renew their government alliance.
U.K. to Hold EU to Pledge on Early Trade Scoping: Brexit Update

U.K. to Hold EU to Pledge on Early Trade Scoping: Brexit Update

European Union leaders formally agreed that the U.K. has offered enough on the divorce settlement for talks to move on to the future relationship. Leaders are in Brussels on Friday for the second day
Merkel Touts Strong Europe as Carrot for SPD to Enter Government

Merkel Touts Strong Europe as Carrot for SPD to Enter Government

Angela Merkel said Germany needs a stable government to strengthen Europe in a world fraught with risk as her Social Democratic rivals agreed to talks that could lead to a renewed alliance with the
Macron and Merkel’s Unity on Full Display During Summit Week

Macron and Merkel’s Unity on Full Display During Summit Week

They met for talks in Paris on Wednesday, shared a joke in Brussels on Thursday, and stood side-by-side on Friday to deliver their common vision for Europe.