Greece’s Pension System Isn’t That Generous After All NEW
Greece is upcoming under renewed pressure to cut pensions, but they actually aren't that generous.
NATO Countries Said They’d Boost Military Spending–But Will They Really? NEW
NATO countries have promised to boost military spending to meet the Russian threat, but a new study finds a different trend.
Don’t Expect Lifting of Russia Sanctions in March, Mogherini Says NEW
European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says in an interview that there is time for a decision on Russia sanctions -- even if the ceasefire holds.
Greece, Energy and Russia Sanctions: EU Week Ahead Feb. 23-27 NEW
Greece, energy and whether to squeeze Russia more. The European Union's agenda this week.
Hungary’s Viktor Orban Looks for Fight Over EU Energy Union NEW
Hungary opposes EU plans to oversee its member states' intergovernmental energy agreements, its prime minister said one day after the Central European country amended its existing gas-supply pact with Russia.
EU Competition Chief Vestager Speaks on Gazprom, Google and Tax NEW
A transcript of our interview with Margrethe Vestager, the European Union's antitrust chief.
Greece’s Bailout, Capital Markets, ECB: EU Week Ahead Feb.16-20 NEW
It's not only about Greece in the coming week in the European Union, but negotiations over its financing and reform program will be the target of most attention.
Last Night at Eurogroup: Varoufakis vs Greece’s Creditors NEW
Now Greece's creditors will examine whether "structural reforms" proposed by its new Leftist government could be substituted into the bailout program.
Hungary Talks of Closing Borders to Curb Surge of Immigrants Into EU NEW
Hungary's ruling party says it will act to curb an influx of economic immigrants -- most from Kosovo -- even if it means a fight with the European Union.
Crunch Time for Greece, Ukraine: EU Week Ahead Feb. 9-14: NEW
Greece’s new government faces two crunch meetings in Brussels this week: the country's new finance minister will meet his euro-zone counterparts for the first time, while Premier Alexis Tsipras will come face to face with the doyenne of Europea...
Messrs. Tsipras and Biden Come to Brussels: The Week Ahead Feb 1-8 NEW
The new Greek prime minister, the U.S. vice-president, economic forecasts and a NATO defense ministers' meeting on our schedule for the week ahead.
U.S. Weighs in On Problems with EU Sanctions Regime NEW
The U.S. ambassador to the EU said the bloc isn't moving quickly enough to respond to legal challenges to its sanctions regime.
So Long and Thanks for all the Frites: A Deregistration Lamentation NEW
A paean to Brussels from someone who is about to depart, together with a lamentation.
Germany and Poland Differ on Extra Contributions to Juncker Fund NEW
Germany's finance minister says the new EU investment fund shouldn't receive extra contributions from governments. His Polish counterpart says the fund is doomed without them.
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.