Rules, Money and the U.S.: What to Watch at UN Climate Talks
The EU currently has a binding target of cutting emissions by at least 40 percent by the end of the next decade.
EU Weighs Polish Court Revamp Chastised as 'Irreversible' Breach
Impetus on emission curbs being driven by Canada, EU and China.
EU Can Toughen Its Emissions-Cut Target Under Paris Climate Deal
EU elections: Women mount Yes-We-Can gender campaign.
At stake in the campaign are roles atop the three main EU institutions, all run by men and due for new leaders.
As Trump Riles Europe on Trade, Putin Offers More Natural Gas
EU Regional Aid for Eastern Europe to Shrink in New Budget
EU consumers may do as much as regulators to propel the the region’s car sector into the electric car age of Tesla.
Russia Tightens Grip on Europe's Gas Supply With Gazprom Deal
EU Is Said to Consider Trade Quotas to Settle U.S. Tariff Threat
EU Said to Mull Settling Row Over U.S. Metal Levies With Quotas
Gazprom Settlement Said to Be Announced Within Weeks by EU
EU Regional Aid Set to Shrink Under Plan Rebuked by East Members
EU executive to propose spending 25% of funds available in next EU multiannual budget on climate protection.
Brexit, Security and Rule of Law to Come Into Focus in EU Budget
EU Wins Poland Logging Ban as Standoff Over Rule of Law Evolves
This article traces how U.K. PM Theresa May persuaded the EU bloc to unite behind her hard line on Russia.
As Russia Spooks Europe, a Loner Is Reminded Who Its Friends Are
Europe's $38 Billion Carbon Market Is Finally Starting to Work