Ukraine, Greece and Terror: This Week in the EU Jan 26-30 NEW
Our weekly feature on the things to look out for in the coming week.
Vince Cable: Cameron Playing ‘Dangerous’ Game on EU NEW
U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable says Prime Minister David Cameron is "utterly unrealistic" if he thinks he can fundamentally alter the U.K.'s relationship with the European Union.
Russia, Iran Sanctions, Terror, Greece: The EU’s Week Ahead Jan 19-25 NEW
The week ahead from Real Time Brussels.
Dovish Tone of EU’s Russia Paper Makes Some Diplomats Uneasy NEW
An EU paper on Russia policy makes waves ahead of foreign ministers' meeting...
Gunman Amedy Coulibaly May Have Tried to Buy Weapons in Belgium NEW
Belgian authorities are investigating whether Amedy Coulibaly bought the weapons used in last week's Paris massacres in Belgium.
EU Telecoms Bosses, Oettinger Meet on Broadband Investment NEW
The EU's commissioner for the digital economy will meet telecommunications executives, bankers and other potential investors Friday to discuss using the new investment fund for improving broadband Internet.
Some 20,000 March in Brussels to Back Freedom of Expression NEW
Some 20,000 turn out in the Belgian capital in response to last week's terror attacks.
Terrorism Fight, ECB, Ukraine Talks: What to Watch in the EU Jan. 11-16 NEW
Next week EU focus will shift f to Paris, and Berlin, while the ECJ will rule on a case which could have significant implications for the ECB's future actions.
EU Plans Push on Airline Passenger Name Records After Paris Attacks NEW
The European Parliament may take another look at a plan requiring airlines to give the EU passenger data in the wake of French terrorist attacks.
Ukraine, Latvia, Benchmarks: What to Watch in the EU Jan. 5-9 NEW
Three things to watch during the European Union's first working week of 2015: Latvia, Ukraine and lawmakers discussing financial benchmarks.
European Union Politics and Policy in 2014: Our 10 Most-Read Posts NEW
The posts that brought most people to our Brussels blog during 2014, and other stories of ours we wanted to draw your attention to.
Kosovo’s Thaci: EU’s Mogherini Needed for Serbia Talks to Succeed NEW
Federica Mogherini, the EU’s foreign-policy chief, must stay involved in talks between Kosovo and Serbia if the dialogue is to succeed, Hashim Thaci, the Kosovo's foreign minister, said.
Syrian Opposition Leader: UN ‘Freeze’ Must Be Tied to Broad Peace Process NEW
Syrian opposition leader Hadi al-Bahra warns EU leaders against embracing a UN freeze unless it's tied to a broader peace process.
Ukraine President Tells Poles He Wants EU, NATO Membership NEW
Poroshenko proposes to renounce nonaligned status, join EU and NATO. He also plans to become member of the European Parliament.
EU Officials Weigh In on Greek Elections: Will It Backfire? NEW
European officials have explicitly backed the current government of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in Greece's latest political drama -- a break with traditional practice that risks backfiring.
IMF Tells Belgium More Reform Needed as Strike Halts Country NEW
On the day a strike shuts down large parts of the Belgian economy, the IMF outlines its prescription for Belgium.
Suspected LuxLeaks Leaker: I Am Part of a Bigger Movement NEW
A former employee of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Luxembourg has been charged with stealing documents from the auditing firm that wound up in LuxLeaks. The Frenchman in an interview said he's not the only leaker.
Strike, Summit, Human Rights, Ukraine: What to Watch in the EU Dec. 15-19 NEW
EU leaders and foreign ministers will meet in Brussels for the last time in 2014, while the European Commission will present its to-do list for next year.
Juncker Said Luxembourg’s “Fiscal Environment” Helped Land Skype NEW
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, under fire over Luxembourg's tax policies, has said that the country's "favorable" tax environment helped bring Skype to Luxembourg.