France's president believes financial reforms are necessary for the Eurozone to thrive. Germany isn't so sure.
European Union member nations have paved the way for the beginning of formal trade negotiations with the United States. The move comes amid a threat by Donald Trump to impose tariffs on the EU over Airbus subsidies.
European Council President Donald Tusk said that the EU should not be hasty just because of Brexit fatigue. French and German leaders have signaled that they would be unwilling to offer another deadline extension.
The leaders of China, Germany, France and the EU have held "unprecedented" talks on building a new global governance. The challenge for Europe is how to balance ties in the face of Beijing's growing global influence.
In a slow European Union election campaign, France's president has taken the initiative by calling for sweeping reforms to the bloc. A fresh burst of energy is just what the EU needs, writes DW's Bernd Riegert.
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