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Estonia’s Kallas, fierce Russia critic, tipped as new EU foreign policy chief

By Andrius SytasVILNIUS (Reuters) - Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas is tipped become the European Union's next foreign policy boss, but her tough stance...

Momentum grows for quick von der Leyen deal ahead of Monday summit

They are expected to reach an informal decision on Monday, before sealing the deal during the next European Council summit on June 27-28. According to...

Charles Michel wants to ban Ursula von der Leyen from top job talks

“Member states are increasingly irritated about Charles Michel’s role in the selection process for the Commission President,” one EU diplomat said. “It seems to...

EU’s top diplomat race gets very crowded

An EU diplomat concurs. “What the EEAS needs is more money, better people and better HRVPs,” the insider, who was granted anonymity to...

EU elections kick off against a backdrop of China disputes, ‘greenlash’ and possible Trump return

Belgian Foreign minister Hadja Lahbib poses with a European flag in a mock polling station box to encourage people to vote in the upcoming...

Starmer will try to prove Britain can be a reliable EU friend — and Germany will be key

It was somewhat of a surprise when the otherwise hapless then-U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss had agreed to go to the first gathering —...

EU can’t always get what you want: Unpacking the European Parliament elections | Brookings

Between June 6 and 9, over 350 million citizens of the European Union will cast their vote in the European Parliament elections....

How to watch the EU election like a Pro

Estonia holds its official election day, even though voting started on June 3. It elects seven MEPs. Polling stations open from 9 a.m. to...

Europeans may be about to elect their most right-wing parliament in history

The 2024 European Parliament elections threaten to shake the bloc's traditionally mainstream political landscape.Sean Gallup | Getty ImagesFar-right, populist parties are set to see...

Pro-EU politicians need Roma voters

So, when Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán used anti-Roma racism to overpower the courts about five years ago, then-German Chancellor Angela Merkel remained silent....

Hungary can kiss goodbye to a top job in Brussels

“After the disaster this time round with Várhelyi and the way Orbán is taking on von der Leyen, there is no way she...

EU’s Charles Michel backs recognition of Palestinian statehood

So far, the bloc has united behind calls for a cease-fire in Gaza and the release of all Israeli hostages held by Hamas, alongside...

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