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Sunday’s elections to the European Parliament may be a big yawn for most voters, but they’re set to provide a dramatic boost to far-right parties across the continent.
Balmy beaches, superlative seafood, buzzing nightlife — that's just the start.
To understand why EU sanctions against Putin are so weak, just do the math.
Despite some good news, the euro zone’s sunbelt faces a long, hard road ahead.
An ambivalent approach in much of Europe toward Putin's destabilization of Ukraine is crippling efforts to build a resolute EU response.
Nobody's a foreigner in Brussels because everyone's a foreigner.
The economic crisis continues to cast a cloud as the Portuguese remember their Carnation Revolution.
Candidates line up in the race for EU’s top jobs.
Although Europe has the economic power to hurt Russia, here's why it’s reluctant to use it.
As Putin turns up the heat, Europe seeks alternatives to Moscow’s cheap energy.
The Russian leader has found allies among the continent’s radical nationalists.
Russian military build-up forces allies to refocus on core defense role.
Key policy speech says Moscow poses historic threat to international order.
What's taking place on the rest of the continent while no one's paying attention.
Bit-by-bit sanctions start to hit Russia's economy.
Even if Ukraine can avoid a war with Russia, its economy is in dire straits.
The world awaits Putin’s next move as Ukraine’s incendiary crisis moves to new phase.
Volunteers in Kyiv flock to join a newly-created national guard.
Community leaders dismiss Kremlin claims Kyiv is run by ‘fascists.’
While some Ukrainians hope for Western intervention, others believe Sunday's referendum in Crimea will provoke military conflict.