Online Search and Now Android: Google’s Tough European Summer NEW
Google comes under fresh scrutiny from the EU over its Android system for mobile phones.
Belgian Government Talks: All Quiet on the Western Front NEW
Belgian coalition talks appear to be in a lull, but manevering continues behind the scenes.
EU gives €2 Million to Fight Ebola Outbreak in West Africa NEW
EU gives €2 million more to fight Ebola in West Africa.
Georgia Charges Against Former President Put EU in Delicate Spot NEW
Georgia's charges against former President Mikheil Saakashvili put the EU in a delicate spot...
Germany Grumbles Over Investor Tribunals in EU-Canada Trade Deal NEW
Germany is unhappy with provisions on including investor tribunals in a proposed trade deal between the EU and Canada, a sign of how controversial so-called "investor state dispute settlement" has become.
EU Week Ahead July 21 – 25: Ukraine, ASEAN, Energy NEW
EU officials and foreign ministers will hammer out the bloc's initial response to the downing of Malaysian Airlines over eastern Ukraine.
EU’s Planned Copyright Overhaul May Be Out of Time, But Not Out of Mind NEW
Time's run out for one of EU Commissioner Michel Barnier's dossiers: Overhauling EU copyright law. Real Time Brussels has the white paper, which shows the issues the next commission will have to consider in this thorny matter.
Did Juncker Oppose Investor Tribunals in the U.S.-EU Trade Deal? NEW
Did the next president of the European Commission just throw a bone to activist groups by opposing one of the most contentious provisions in a trade deal being negotiated between the U.S. and the EU? Not exactly.
Government Negotiations in Belgium: 50 Days of Talks, Zero Need to Panic NEW
It's been 50 days since federal elections in Belgium and there's still no sign of a government. But don't panic -- the Belgians aren't.