LONDON/BRUSSELS Britain's decision to ban China's Huawei from its 5G network increases further pressure on EU countries to impose stricter limits on the world's largest telecoms equipment maker just as the company expands its footprint across Europe.
Berlin/Brüssel Je weiter in Europa und Deutschland die Verärgerung über US-Präsident Donald Trump wächst, desto größer werden die Hoffnungen unter Trumps Kritikern auf einen Sieg Joe Bidens bei der US-Präsidentenwahl Anfang November.
LONDON/BERLIN/BRUSSELS If Donald Trump loses in November, it's no secret that most European policymakers will be happy to see his back. But as they envision the possibility of a post-Trump future, many are wondering how quickly the trans-Atlantic alliance can be fixed.
LONDON The UK Treasury has stepped in to rescue the British Council from the brink of insolvency amid coronavirus woes, but it probably needs a longer-term solution, the chief executive of the country's international cultural and education agency says.
London Zahlreiche Staaten nutzen Politikern zufolge den Kampf gegen das Coronavirus zur Unterdrückung von Kritik und zu einem verstärkten autoritären Regieren.
LONDON The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a surge in authoritarian behaviour by governments around the world, posing a growing threat to democracy, hundreds of former prime ministers, presidents, Nobel laureates and lawmakers have warned.
BRUSSELS/LONDON Any Israeli move to annex parts of the West Bank would be "fatal" for Middle East peace hopes and must be prevented, if necessary with countermeasures, more than 1,000 lawmakers from across Europe said in a letter to European governments.
BRUSSELS Two months before Donald Trump unveiled his Middle East peace plan on Jan. 28, Luxembourg's foreign minister was certain the U.S. president would break with the European Union and recognise Israeli sovereignty over Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.
LONDON/BRUSSELS Earlier this month, Europe's ambassador in Beijing submitted to Chinese censorship.
LONDON The promise of vast sums of European Union aid to countries affected by the coronavirus and less oversight over the funds is likely to lead to a surge in fraud and corruption, the EU's chief prosecutor said in an interview.