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WSJ Europe
Aug 18, 2018

U.S. Opposition to Pipeline Hangs Over Putin-Merkel Talks
As President Vladimir Putin met with Chancellor Angela Merkel near Berlin to try to safeguard a controversial Russian-German gas pipeline, the U.S. wasn't present but it could have a big say in the outcome.

WSJ Europe
Aug 18, 2018

How Erdogan's Push for Endless Growth Brought Turkey to the Brink
The president set policy that let his nation gorge on foreign loans, granting his wish of a brawny economic expansion. Now it is paying the price. The economic turmoil shows how hard it is for countries to emulate China's model of authoritarian capitalism.

WSJ Europe
Aug 17, 2018

Lira Volatility Forces Investors to Find New Turkey Hedge
Turkey's attempts to stabilize its embattled financial markets had borne some fruit this week, sparking a brief rally in the lira, but investors are still looking for ways to hedge against any new shocks.

WSJ Europe
Aug 17, 2018

Italy, EU Spar Over Bridge Collapse in Genoa
Finger pointing over the deadly collapse of a highway bridge in Italy intensified Thursday as Italian and European authorities sought to assign blame for the disaster, which cost at least 38 lives.

WSJ Europe
Aug 17, 2018

As Lira Rebounds, Investors Find Other Ways to Bet Against Turkey
Turkey's attempts to stabilize its embattled financial markets have borne some fruit this week, sparking a relief rally in the lira, but investors are still looking for ways to hedge against any new shocks.

WSJ Europe
Aug 16, 2018

Vatican Expresses Sorrow Over Report on Sex Abuse by Priests
A Vatican spokesman expressed "shame and sorrow" about the allegations of abuse by more than 300 Catholic clergymen in Pennsylvania over 70 years that were detailed in a grand jury report released Tuesday.

WSJ Europe
Aug 15, 2018

Immigrants, With Their Split Identities, Trigger Soul-Searching in Germany
A debate about new immigration legislation is heightening political tensions in Germany, challenging complex, decades-old attitudes regarding nationality and ethnicity—and raising questions about Germans' willingness and capacity to integrate foreigners and their descendants.

WSJ Europe
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey Raises Tariffs on U.S. Products as Dispute Escalates
Turkey sharply raised tariffs on some U.S. imports as a court kept a detained U.S. pastor under house arrest, extending a fight between the two NATO allies that has sent the country's currency plummeting.

WSJ Europe
Aug 15, 2018

Turkey to Raise Tariffs on U.S. Products
Turkey sharply raised tariffs on some U.S. product imports in response to U.S. sanctions in the latest spat between the two NATO allies that has led to a currency crisis.

WSJ Europe
Aug 14, 2018

Turkey to Boycott U.S. Electronics in Retaliation Against Sanctions
The boycott, which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Tuesday, is part of a wider campaign that has spread from advertising to beauty parlors.

WSJ Europe
Aug 14, 2018

Car Crashes Outside U.K. Parliament in Suspected Terror Attack
A car crashed into barriers outside the U.K. Houses of Parliament on Tuesday morning in a suspected terrorist attack, injuring pedestrians and cyclists, just yards away from the site of an attack last year.

WSJ Europe
Aug 14, 2018

Germany Sends a Reassuring Signal on Growth
Germany's second-quarter output data show the core eurozone economy is holding up even as the risks to growth have risen.

WSJ Europe
Aug 14, 2018

German Economy Accelerates in Second Quarter
Germany's economic growth accelerated in the second quarter driven by solid domestic demand, but economists said global trade tensions and a currency crisis in Turkey are clouding the outlook for businesses.

WSJ Europe
Aug 13, 2018

Turkish Lira Falls Further as Erdogan Fails to Assuage Investors' Concerns
Turkey's currency dropped again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, as a defiant speech from President Erdogan and policy moves from the nation's central bank failed to assuage investors' concerns.

WSJ Europe
Aug 13, 2018

Turkish Lira Plunges Further as Erdogan Fails to Assuage Investors' Concerns
Turkey's currency plunged again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, as a defiant speech from President Erdogan and policy moves from the nation's central bank failed to assuage investors' concerns.

WSJ Europe
Aug 13, 2018

Turkish Lira Plunges Further as Erdogan Fails to Assuage Investors
Turkey's currency plunged again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, as a defiant speech from President Erdogan and policy moves from the nation's central bank failed to assuage investors.

WSJ Europe
Aug 13, 2018

Turkish Lira's Fall Hammers Emerging Markets World-Wide
Turkey's currency plunged again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, while the country's central bank made policy moves that failed to assuage investors about the economy's perilous financial condition.

WSJ Europe
Aug 13, 2018

Turkey's Central Bank to Support Embattled Lira
Turkey's central bank announced a set of measures to support embattled currency and vowed to take all necessary measures to maintain financial stability.

WSJ Europe
Aug 12, 2018

Eurozone Optimism Ebbs With Tensions Over Trade, Turkey
Europe's economy has slowed, and seems unlikely to bounce back strongly in what remains of a year that began with high hopes and then hit a series of setbacks.

WSJ Europe
Aug 12, 2018

Hundreds Injured in Romanian Antigraft Protests
Tens of thousands of Romanians took to the streets of the capital over the weekend in anticorruption protests, as opposition politicians warned the health of the country's young democracy was at risk.

WSJ Europe
Aug 10, 2018

Turkey Crisis Rattles Currency Markets, Pushes Dollar Higher
The Turkish lira tumbled, a shock that set off sharp falls in other emerging-market currencies, hit the euro and European banks, and pushed the dollar to a one-year high.

WSJ Europe
Aug 10, 2018

U.K. Economy Rebounds in Second Quarter
The U.K. economy accelerated in the second quarter after a soft start to the year, as balmy weather and the buzz surrounding the soccer World Cup fired up consumer spending.

WSJ Europe
Aug 09, 2018

'Hands Off!'; Clergy Balk as European Politicians Brandish the Crucifix
Across Europe, nationalists and upstart politicians are promoting the use of Christian imagery as they seek to change the Continent's established politics and define Europe as Christian in reaction to recent Muslim immigration.

WSJ Europe
Aug 09, 2018

In Orban's Hungary, a Glimpse of Europe's Demise
Onetime dissident cozies up to Putin, betting that the post-Cold War era of liberal democracy is doomed. Among the economic and political implications: Hungary is building a giant Russian-designed nuclear power plant that will give Moscow leverage over its energy supply for decades to come.

WSJ Europe
Aug 09, 2018

The EU Spent a Bundle to Unify the Continent. It's Not Working.
European leaders dedicated nearly one trillion dollars—equivalent to eight times the Marshall Plan—to fixing up impoverished regions. Yet some of the biggest recipients are hotbeds of the very discontent that's driving the bloc apart.

WSJ Europe
Aug 09, 2018

U.S. to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over U.K. Nerve-Agent Attack
The U.S. announced new sanctions against Russia over a nerve agent attack targeting a former Russian spy and his daughter in the U.K.

WSJ Europe
Aug 09, 2018

Britain Tells Two Brexit Stories That Add Up to One Big Problem
To the governments of the other 27 European Union nations, the U.K. message is that failure to agree a Brexit deal would be a geopolitical calamity, but to the British public, the message has been one of reassurance.

WSJ Europe
Aug 08, 2018

Talks Fail to Break Impasse on U.S. Pastor Held in Turkey
The U.S. failed to secure assurances from Turkey to immediately free an American pastor held for nearly two years on disputed terrorism charges, U.S. officials said, deepening a crisis between the two countries.

WSJ Europe
Aug 08, 2018

Investors Doubt Turkey Will Easily Fall Into IMF Safety Net
As Turkey's currency plummets, investors are concerned that one much-used crash mat may not be there to break its fall: An IMF bailout. This is adding to the pressure on one of the world's largest emerging markets.

WSJ Europe
Aug 08, 2018

Extradition Cases Reflect Strains Within the EU
Europe's internal divisions over the rule of law in several countries are threatening cross-border cooperation among prosecutors, imperiling an initiative intended to boost public security.

WSJ Europe
Aug 07, 2018

In the Manafort's Trial, a Cyprus Bank Is a Cooperating Witness
The biggest bank in the island nation of Cyprus has turned from a lender once reputed for its secrecy into something of a cooperating witness in the Paul Manafort trial.

WSJ Europe
Aug 07, 2018

In Russia, the Corporate Raiders Are Often Cops
Russian companies routinely face harassment from law-enforcement officials seeking to extort money or expropriate businesses, according to business owners, lawyers and activists, creating a hurdle for Moscow's efforts to boost small business.

WSJ Europe
Aug 05, 2018

Turkey Responds to Sanctions Over Pastor's Detainment
The dispute pitting the U.S. against NATO ally Turkey over the fate of an American pastor escalated, with Turkey's President Erdogan vowing to retaliate against U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Europe
Aug 04, 2018

Hiding Russian Money Offshore Was Easy. Quitting Was Harder.
Benedict Worsley, a self-created British "fixer," would do just about anything for his high-flying Russian clients—until the international financial network he built came crashing down.

WSJ Europe
Aug 04, 2018

Tainted Election Victory Complicates Zimbabwe's Recovery
A violent military crackdown on protesters and questions over the vote count have greatly complicated the new government's goal of bringing Zimbabwe back into the fold of the international community.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

Vote Dispute and Violence Complicate Task of Zimbabwe's New Leader
A violent military crackdown on protesters and questions over the vote count have greatly complicated the new government's goal of bringing Zimbabwe back into the fold of the international community.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

U.S. Accuses Iran of Terror Plots in Effort to Sway Europe
A slate of investigations into alleged terror plots sponsored by Iran has opened a new front in U.S. efforts to persuade European governments to cut ties with Tehran following the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

'Hello. I'm Your Killer': Behind Ukraine's Faked Assassination
"Hello. I'm your killer," Oleksiy Tsymbalyuk said when he first met Arkady Babchenko. The next time the two men saw each other, Mr. Babchenko was lying in a pool of pig's blood inside his Kiev apartment, which had been prepared to look like the setting for an assassin's hit.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

U.S. Pushes Europe to Abandon Iran---but Meets Resistance
A slate of investigations into alleged terror plots sponsored by Iran has opened a new front in U.S. efforts to persuade European governments to cut ties with Tehran following the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader Alleges Election Fraud
Zimbabwe's opposition leader rejected President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory, pledging to challenge the result of a vote he said was marred by fraud.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

Selloff of Italian Debt Highlights Concerns Over Politics, Banks
A recent selloff in government bonds in Italy has highlighted renewed investor concern over the politics and banks of a country that routinely sparks regional jitters.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

Heineken Strikes Multibillion-Dollar China Deal
Heineken announced a tie-up with China's biggest brewer as it looks to tap drinkers in the world's largest beer market by volume, where it has until now had a minimal presence.

WSJ Europe
Aug 03, 2018

U.K. Rate Rise: Unanimity Among Policy Makers Masks Brexit Uncertainty
The Bank of England finally delivered a long-heralded rise in its key interest rate. Here are five takeaways from the BOE's latest "super Thursday."

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

Bank of England Raises Rates to Highest Level in Nearly a Decade
The Bank of England raised its benchmark interest rate for only the second time in a decade, as worries over inflation trumped concerns about Brexit and a brewing global trade war.

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

BOE Raises Interest Rates to Highest Level Since 2009
The Bank of England raised its benchmark interest rate for only the second time in a decade, as worries over inflation trumped concerns about Brexit and a brewing global trade war.

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

As Turkey's Lira Plunges, Sanctioned Ministers Remain Defiant
The lira's fall intensified, with U.S. sanctions on Turkish officials adding to a long list of problems for the country's embattled markets and economy.

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

BOE Takeaways: MPC Unanimity Masks Brexit Uncertainty
The Bank of England finally delivered a long-heralded rise in its key interest rate. Here are five takeaways from the BOE's latest "super Thursday."

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

Trump's Narrow Window for Trade Wins in China
Asian stocks were down sharply today after the Trump administration took a more aggressive stance on its next round of proposed Chinese import tariffs.

WSJ Europe
Aug 02, 2018

U.K., EU Are Replaying Historical Debates
When Theresa May visits French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday, she will be proposing that the U.K. will continue to follow some EU regulations, but what she wants is an intergovernmental relationship based on both sides retaining full sovereignty. She isn't the first British prime minister to make such a bid.

WSJ Europe
Aug 01, 2018

Sanofi Has Been Stockpiling Drugs for No-Deal Brexit for Six Months
French pharmaceuticals company Sanofi SA has been making drug-shortage contingency plans for more than a year to prepare for the U.K. failing to reach a deal with the European Union on Brexit, according to a person familiar with the matter.

WSJ Europe
Jul 31, 2018

Eurozone Economy Slows Further as Exports Sputter
The eurozone's economy slowed further in the three months through June, as exports sputtered and business confidence weakened on worries over future relations with the currency area's largest trading partners.

WSJ Europe
Jul 30, 2018

Italy Threatens to Bring Down EU-Canada Free Trade Deal
Italy's new government wants to reject a painstakingly negotiated trade deal between the European Union and Canada, and that is welcome news to many small farmers in Italy's fertile north.

WSJ Europe
Jul 29, 2018

Trump Adviser Kudlow Says U.S. to 'Immediately' Start EU Trade Talks on Agriculture
A top Trump administration official said Sunday that the U.S. will "immediately" start negotiating with the European Union to forge trade agreements on farm and energy products.

WSJ Europe
Jul 29, 2018

Greece Mourns Wildfire Victims
Greece began to bury the victims of the devastating wildfires that raged through crowded resort areas, as the death toll continues to rise.

WSJ Europe
Jul 28, 2018

China's Shrinking Trade Surplus Unlikely to Impress Trump
For years, China has sold much more to the world than it has bought. Now, that imbalance is shrinking, helping Chinese leadership argue it no longer pursues a mercantilist policy. But President Trump, who focuses on the U.S.'s ever-widening trade deficit with China, is unlikely to be impressed.

WSJ Europe
Jul 28, 2018

As Greek Wildfire Death Toll Climbs, Government Takes Responsibility
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras blamed widespread building-code violations for the death toll of 87 in resort areas near Athens; ‘We have to consider whether we did enough.'

WSJ Europe
Jul 28, 2018

Trump Says He 'Opened Up Europe' for Farmers. Europeans Disagree.
President Trump told an Iowa crowd this week that "we just opened up Europe for you farmers," but officials in Brussels said he did no such thing.

WSJ Europe
Jul 27, 2018

Spain Is Main European Entry Point for Migrants by Sea
Spain's mainland has for the first time surpassed Italy and Greece to become the main entry point for migrants arriving in Europe from Africa by sea.

WSJ Europe
Jul 27, 2018

China's Pursuit of Western Tech Assets Hits a German Roadblock
Germany fended off Chinese bids for two strategically important industrial assets this week, reflecting a growing effort in the U.S. and Europe to throw up obstacles to Chinese acquisitions of cutting-edge technology.

WSJ Europe
Jul 27, 2018

Spain Becomes Main Entry Point to Europe for Migrants Crossing by Sea
Spain's mainland has for the first time surpassed Italy and Greece to become the main entry point for migrants arriving in Europe from Africa by sea.

WSJ Europe
Jul 27, 2018

Britain Withdraws Cooperation With U.S. Over Islamic State Fighters
Britain has halted cooperation with the U.S. in the case of two British Islamic State fighters after concerns that they could face the death penalty provoked a backlash.

WSJ Europe
Jul 27, 2018

Germany Vetoes Chinese Purchase of Business Citing Security Grounds
The German government has decided to ban for the first time the sale of a German company, Leifeld Metal Spinning, to a Chinese suitor on security grounds.

WSJ Europe
Jul 26, 2018

As Anger Grows, Greek Government Announces Fire Aid
Greece's cash-strapped government has unveiled a slate of financial measures to aid people affected by the country's devastating wildfires, responding to rising anger over what many see as a bungled evacuation and weak prevention efforts.

WSJ Europe
Jul 26, 2018

Trump's Truce With Europe Point to Tactical Shift on Trade
President Trump's truce with the European Union signals a shift in his "America First" trade policy, as he scrambles to show successes after an intensifying revolt from Republican lawmakers and American businesses.

WSJ Europe
Jul 26, 2018

Taxation Strangles Greece's Growth Prospects
Greece has hit the tough fiscal targets set by its bailout creditors, but only by raising taxes so high that they are beggaring the small businesses that form the backbone of its economy.

WSJ Europe
Jul 26, 2018

U.S., Europeans Agree to Iron Out Trade Differences
President Trump declared a "new phase" in the relationship between the U.S. and the European Union, agreeing to hold off on proposed car tariffs and work with the EU to resolve their dispute over metals duties.

WSJ Europe
Jul 26, 2018

Five Questions for the European Central Bank's Meeting
The state of the eurozone economy and the ECB's next policy steps are some of the issues President Mario Draghi will likely address at a news conference Thursday.

WSJ Europe
Jul 25, 2018

Macron Draws Criticism for Bodyguard's Actions
French President Emmanuel Macron's effort to keep the inner workings of the Élysée Palace out of public scrutiny was undermined on May 1, when a presidential bodyguard was videotaped manhandling protesters.

WSJ Europe
Jul 25, 2018

Greek Fire Death Toll Rises Amid Criticism Over Evacuation
The death toll from the wildfires that raged through resort areas near the Greek capital rose, as rescue crews searched house-to-house for further victims and recriminations over the chaotic evacuation reverberated.

WSJ Europe
Jul 25, 2018

European Commission President Set to Face Trump and His Tweets
When European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker left for Washington to meet with President Trump, his mission was to try to dissuade the American president from escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and EU. Then Mr. Trump started tweeting.

WSJ Europe
Jul 24, 2018

U.K. Stirs Death Penalty Debate for Giving U.S. Intelligence on ISIS
A U.K. decision to share intelligence with the U.S. about two Islamic State fighters without assurance that they won't face the death penalty if prosecuted has stirred criticism and highlighted challenges that Europeans fighting for terror groups in the Middle East pose for their home countries.

WSJ Europe
Jul 24, 2018

Greek Wildfires Devastate Resort Area Near Athens, Killing Scores
Wildfires raged through resort areas near Greece's capital, leaving at least 74 dead and more than 100 injured, in the country's deadliest fire season in more than a decade.

WSJ Europe
Jul 24, 2018

ECB Sets Its Own Course as the Fed Pushes Rates Higher
The European Central Bank is expected to keep its key interest rate below zero for at least another year, underscoring a widening gap with the Federal Reserve.

WSJ Europe
Jul 24, 2018

EU Counts on Top Official to Try to Calm U.S. Trade Fight
The EU is cautiously betting on Jean-Claude Juncker, its unconventional top official, to persuade President Trump not to escalate the trans-Atlantic trade fight.

WSJ Europe
Jul 23, 2018

Soccer Star's Resignation Deepens Germany's Immigration Debate
A fierce debate about identity and integration of migrants is escalating in Germany following the resignation of an ethnic Turkish soccer star, Mesut Ozil, from the national team.

WSJ Europe
Jul 20, 2018

World Cup Win Triggers Identity Anxiety in Multiethnic France
The notion that France owes its World Cup soccer triumph to Africa—given the African heritage of many of its players—has seeped into the rhetoric of public figures from Trevor Noah to Nicolás Maduro. France is not amused.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

U.K. Shows Unease About Huawei Gear
The U.K. government raised new concerns about the use of telecommunications gear from Huawei Technologies, stepping back from previous assertions that the Chinese company's products didn't present a national security threat.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

Europe Warns of Retaliation Over U.S. Auto Tariffs
The European Union said it would retaliate if President Donald Trump slaps tariffs on car exports to the U.S., cautioning Washington against unilateral measures that threaten global free-trade.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

EU to Take Legal Action Over Hungary's Hardline Migrant Policies
The European Union's executive branch will take Hungary to court over the government's treatment of asylum seekers, escalating a battle over how to balance the continent's legal guarantees for refugees with popular demand for tighter borders.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

Spanish Judge Drops Extradition Requests for Six Catalan Separatists
A Spanish Supreme Court judge dropped extradition requests for six Catalan separatist politicians, including ex-regional leader Carles Puigdemont.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

Europe's English-Language Boom Is a Bust for the U.K.
Britons' complacency about learning other languages in view of the growing dominance of their own is a competitive disadvantage in the making, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jul 19, 2018

Why Europe's English-Language Boom Is a Bust for the U.K.
Britons' complacency about learning other languages in view of the growing dominance of their own is a competitive disadvantage in the making, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jul 18, 2018

May's Brexit Plan Narrowly Survives in Parliament
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan narrowly passed in parliament, a struggle that casts doubt on whether she can negotiate an exit deal with the European Union that is acceptable to British lawmakers.

WSJ Europe
Jul 17, 2018

Japan, EU Sign Trade Deal: 'We Stand Together Against Protectionism'
The leaders of Japan and the European Union signed a deal to create one of the world's largest liberalized trade zones, in contrast to disputes between the U.S. and several of its trading partners.

WSJ Europe
Jul 17, 2018

Trump Questions Finding of Russia's 2016 Meddling as He Appears With Putin
President Donald Trump on Monday publicly questioned the U.S. intelligence conclusion that Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election as he stood beside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, in a move that lawmakers of both parties said was a stunning alignment with a U.S. adversary.

WSJ Europe
Jul 16, 2018

France Begins Release of Hundreds of Radicalized Inmates
Hundreds of inmates radicalized during the war in Syria and the rise of Islamic State will be released from French prisons before the end of next year.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

Boeing, Airbus Strain to Deliver the New Jets They Have Promised
Some airlines have been left waiting for months for new planes as aircraft makers face a supply-line crunch for items including engines and wing components. That has angered executives and, in some cases, even stranded passengers.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May revealed the secret advice she received from President Donald Trump on how to handle Brexit talks: He suggested the U.K. sue the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

British Leader's Brexit Plan Imperiled by Conservative Hardliners
The future of British Prime Minister Theresa May's post-Brexit plan hangs on a kernel of hardliners within her own Conservative Party devoted to ending the influence of the European Union in the U.K.

WSJ Europe
Jul 14, 2018

Trump Affirms Support for U.K.'s May, Post-Brexit Trade
President Trump expressed his support for a trade pact with the U.K., seeking to walk back earlier comments in which he said Theresa May's Brexit plan would "kill" the chances of such a deal.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Poland Steps Up Supreme Court Purge
Poland's government is drafting new laws to rush its purge of the Supreme Court, racing ahead of efforts by the European Union to halt what authorities in Brussels view as a rapid erosion in rule of law.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Germany Delays Greece's Final Bailout Payment
Germany held up the final bailout disbursement for Greece, a move indicative of how difficult it will be for the southern country to regain financial sovereignty even as it exits an eight-year bailout regime in August.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Says May's Brexit Plan Could 'Kill' Chances of U.S. Trade Deal
President Donald Trump warned U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that a plan her government released Thursday outlining its future economic relationship with the European Union could hurt chances of a bilateral trade deal.

WSJ Europe
Jul 12, 2018

European Governments Fail to Agree on Redistributing Migrants
European governments on Thursday failed to reach an agreement on redistributing migrants across the bloc, one of the thorniest issues facing the continent as a backlash against refugees gathers speed.

WSJ Europe
Jul 11, 2018

As Trump Arrives, Europe Frets Over His Designs on Postwar Global Order
European leaders await President Donald Trump's visit this week with a big question, Simon Nixon writes. Does he want to reform the multilateral system underpinning the West's security and prosperity—or destroy it?

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Cabinet Clash Only First Test for U.K.'s New Brexit Strategy
The resignation of two British ministers in response to Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal for a future relationship with the European Union suggests even tougher tests between now and March 29, when Britain is due to leave the EU.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Trump Pressures NATO Allies Ahead of Summit
President Donald Trump leveled fresh criticism against allies over their military spending as he headed off on seven-day tour through Europe that begins with a NATO gathering and ends with a summit with President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Germany's Interior Minister Unveils 'Master Plan' to Cut Immigration
Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer unveiled scores of measures aimed at limiting immigration, in the latest sign of a backlash against the arrival of 1.5 million refugees since 2015.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Trump Leaves for NATO Gathering With European Allies on Edge
President Donald Trump is beginning a seven-day tour through Europe that will start with him confronting NATO allies over military spending and end with a summit with President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Eurozone House Prices Rise at Fastest Rate in 11 Years
Eurozone house prices rose at the fastest pace in 11 years during the first three months of 2018, a development that is likely to reinforce the European Central Bank's determination to end a key stimulus program in December.

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