With disagreement rife between member states and borders closing, the EU has never looked more polarized. We ask Kai-Olaf Lang from the German Institute for International and Security Affairs if its days are numbered.
France is leading a 10-country defense initiative in a bid to "face new threats" outside existing structures. Germany is wary that the project could entangle its military in foreign interventions and undermine the EU.
On Sunday, citizens of the Republic of Macedonia face a historic vote. Should they change their country's name — and in doing so, continue on the path toward the European Union and NATO?
For decades the EU has maintained close relations with nearly 80 developing countries under the Cotonou Agreement. It's now time for fresh negotiations. But keeping everyone happy is proving more difficult than expected.
Trump's attacks on Germany have become routine, but they have strengthened rather than weakened the chancellor at home. So, does Trump merely have a personal problem with Merkel, or does he have other motives?
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