Women in London, Madrid, and across Europe join in the march
While women—and men—are still streaming into Washington DC and cities across the nation, marchers in Europe had a head start due to the magic of time zones. At first the idea of marchers in locations outside the US might seem like an odd, and minor, ...and more »
- Irish Times
Ulster bow out of Europe with a whimper against Bordeaux
Ulster 22 Bordeaux 26. The crisis at Ulster shows no signs of abating after they meekly bowed out of the European Champions Cup in defeat in the Pool Five 'dead rubber' clash with Bordeaux-Begles. This reverse was Ulster's ninth in 13 games and heaps ...and more »
- Expert opinion: What's the most surprising new destination in Eastern Europe?
Jayne Thomas is the Managing Director and co-founder of Eastern Europe Travel/Russian Travel Centre which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. See your ad here. Q. What's the most exciting and surprising new destination in Eastern Europe?and more »
- Los Angeles Times
Women's solidarity marches unfolding in Europe
Los Angeles Times
As thousands begin gathering in Washington, D.C., for the women's march, solidarity marches are unfolding in cities around the globe. In Europe, marchers assembled in Budapest, Hungary; Amsterdam; Berlin; Dublin; and Florence, Italy. Here's the scene ...and more »
Women protest against Trump on streets of Europe's capitals
LONDON/VIENNA Thousands of women took to the streets of European capitals to join "sister marches" in Asia against newly installed U.S. President Trump ahead of a major rally in Washington expected to draw nearly a quarter of a million people.and more »
Holding Europe Together in the Age of Trump
Chancellor Angela Merkel and other German officials will try to build ties with the administration of President Donald Trump to assuage concerns over changes to U.S. trade policy that could harm Germany's export-dependent economy. (OLIVER ...and more »
- Sky News
Brexit domino effect 'will bring down Europe'
Front National leader forecasts 2017 will be the year Europe "woke up" as the French and Germans prepare for elections. 16:05, UK, Saturday 21 January 2017. Marine Le Pen speaking at a meeting of leaders of Europe's nationalist. Video: Le Pen: ...
Europe's far-right groups meet in GermanyABC Online
Boosted by Trump, Europe's Antiestablishment UnitesWall Street Journal
Europe's nationalist leaders launch year of electio
SUVs Are Conquering US And Europe, But How Long Will They Reign
The past year saw record car sales on both sides of the Atlantic and a huge jump in demand for crossovers and SUVs in particular, to the point where they account for over 40% of US car sales and 25% of European sales. But even with unprecedented levels ...and more »
- ItalyEurope24 (subscription)
A punch in the stomach for Europe
Will it be like a punch in the stomach to make Europe emerge from its autism, find the will to lead, and stop living between blissful indifference, guilty indifference and methodical inaction in the new world that is falling apart? It must be, because ...and more »
- Minneapolis Star Tribune
Rash Report: Europe on alert for Kremlin's election meddling
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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- Wall Street Journal
A London Exhibition Will Look at Europe From 4017
Wall Street Journal
Amid widespread debate over Europe's identity and Britain's role in it, some curators and artists are taking the long view—the really long view. What will Europe look like from the vantage point of 4017? That's the initial theme of a series of ...
Kissinger says a 'creative' Brexit could link Europe back with America and redefine the West
The former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has delivered a pragmatic solution for the U.K.'s decision to leave the EU, saying that its departure could lead to a restructuring in the region that may redefine the West's role on the global stage ...and more »
Henry Kissinger criticized Trump's broadsides against Europe, and urged him to help build a new world order - QuartzQuartz
Henry Kissinger criticized Trump's broadsides against Europe, and urged him to help build a new world order
Henry A. Kissinger Chairman Kissinger Associates speaking during the Session:" A Conversation with Henry Kissinger on the World in 2017" at the Annual Meeting 2017 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 20, 2017. Copyright by World Economic ...and more »
- Voice of America
Europe cold front endangers 23000 child migrants: UNICEF
More than 23,000 child refugees and migrants could risk respiratory infections, "even death from hypothermia," due to sub-freezing temperatures across Europe, warned the UN children's fund UNICEF on Friday. "With no sign of a let-up in the extreme cold ...
UN: Freezing Weather in Europe Threatens Lives of Refugee, Migrant ChildrenVoice of Americaall 7 news articles »
- The Economist
To stop carmakers bending the rules on emissions, Europe must get much tougher
AMERICA'S system of corporate justice has many flaws. The size of the fines it slaps on firms is arbitrary. Its habitual use of deferred-prosecution agreements (a practice that is spreading to Britain; this week Rolls-Royce, an engineering firm, was ...
- Wall Street Journal
Europe Expresses Concern, Hope on Trump's Approach to Trade ...
Wall Street Journal
European governments prepared for Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, apprehensive about a break in U.S. foreign policy tradition but hopeful that common ...and more »
- BBC News
Council of Europe in dispute with Russia over Yukos case
The Council of Europe - a major international human rights watchdog - has condemned Russia's refusal to pay compensation to shareholders in the now-defunct Yukos oil giant. Russia's move "threatens the very integrity and legitimacy" of the European ...and more »
ISIS BLOODBATH: America kills 80 terrorists planning sickening Europe attack
AMERICAN air strikes have obliterated more than 80 ISIS militants after they targeted training camps in Libya, according to a Pentagon chief. By Joe Barnes. PUBLISHED: 12:12, Fri, Jan 20, 2017 | UPDATED: 12:14, Fri, Jan 20, 2017 ...and more »
Europe is falling apart. Saving it won't be easy
The region has suffered a series of major setbacks in recent months. Britain is hurtling out of the European Union. In Italy, voters rejected key reforms in a stunning rebuke of the establishment. Now, national elections loom in the Netherlands, France ...and more »
- Breitbart News
EXCLUSIVE PICS: 'Build Bridges Not Walls' Protests Sweep Europe
A new campaign group called “Bridges Not Walls” has kicked off Inauguration Day with protests against President-Elect Donald J. Trump and the “far right” across Europe. “Together, we are dropping banners from bridges across the country – and the world ...and more »
View From Europe: Hysterics In The White House?
French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo features a cartoon of Donald Trump on its cover January 19, 2017. It reads “Give him his choice” from among buttons offering expresso, hot chocolate, coffee without sugar, and an H-bomb. Photo credit: S. Karabell.
How Donald Trump is viewed by Europe's newspapersThe Guardian
Emerging 'Trump Doctrine' Toward Europe Upends Historic AllianceBloomberg
What A Trump Presidency Means For Euro
- Washington Post
Europe's right-wing populist leaders to confer in Germany
BERLIN — A day after the inauguration of Donald Trump, prominent leaders of Europe's right-wing populist parties will gather in the German city of Koblenz in what observers see as a show of force targeting the European Union. The meeting gained ...and more »
Europe's ideological civil war laid bare in Davos
Europe's leaders lashed out at each other in Davos in an inflamed dispute over how to stop the EU collapsing, laying bare the festering divisions that will plague the European project long after British withdrawal. "The whole idea of an ever-closer ...
Britain's Hammond: Trump creates new uncertainty for EuropeFox News
Europe is leaving out a key Brexit negotiator: IrelandIrish Times
Brexit, Donald Trump and the t
- BBC News
Barclays boss: UK will remain financial lungs of Europe
Jes Staley, chief executive of Barclays, says the UK will continue to be the "financial lungs" of Europe even after it leaves the EU. Speaking to BBC business editor Simon Jack at the World Economic Forum in Davos, he adds that not so long ago "no-one ...
- The Guardian
Flood disasters more than double across Europe in 35 years
Cars swept into a pile by torrential rain in Genoa, Italy Saturday. Photograph: Antonio Calanni/AP. Arthur Neslen in Brussels. Thursday 19 January 2017 03.00 EST Last modified on Thursday 19 January 2017 05.09 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...
The greatest threat to Europe is populism, Bridgewater's Ray Dalio says
The great threat to the European Union is populism, according to Ray Dalio, billionaire founder and co-chief investment officer at Bridgewater Associates. "If you look at Europe as a whole and you're going to say what is the greatest threat to the ...and more »
- Hindustan Times
Iranian volleyball duo breaks gender barriers, makes history with move to Europe
The Iranian duo of Maedeh Borhani and Zeinab Giveh created history as they became the first two women volleyball players from their country to compete outside the Islamic Republic after they joined Bulgarian club Shumen.(AFP/Getty Images). Maedeh ...and more »
- Europe's oncologists back biosimilar versions of cancer drugs
Europe's leading association of oncologists has thrown its weight behind cheaper copycat versions of biotech cancer drugs that have lost patent protection, saying they are effective and affordable. Off-patent chemical medicines have for decades been ...and more »
'Failed' clocks fresh blow for Europe's Galileo satnav (Update)
Europe's beleaguered Galileo satnav has suffered another setback, with clocks failing onboard a number of satellites in space, the European Space Agency said Wednesday. Designed to render Europe independent from America's GPS, the 10 billion-euro ...and more »
- Eyewitness News
Biden: Russia will hack elections in Europe
DAVOS, Switzerland (CNNMoney) -- Joe Biden used his final speech as vice president to issue a stark warning about the threat Russia poses to Europe and the United States. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Biden said Russia was at the ...
Biden warns Europe of Russia's election meddlingEyewitness News
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'The problem with Europe is Europe,' warns Italian finance minister Padoan
Europe has become a "problem" that has led to rising populism and disaffection across the entire bloc, Italy's finance minister has warned. Pier Carlo Padoan said European institutions were no longer viewed as the solution to the plight facing the ...and more »
Guy Verhofstadt's flagrant opportunism in the name of Europe
Guy Verhofstadt's support dragged Italian conservative Antonio Tajani over the line in the European Parliament's presidential election yesterday (17 January). This is a dark signal for a Europe in crisis. EurActiv's partner La Tribune reports. Think ...
One of Europe's most powerful jobs is up for grabs. It's a bad sign for the EU that no one's paying attention.Washington Postall 182 news articles »
- The Week Magazine
Why doesn't Europe protect itself?
The Week Magazine
In his confirmation hearing for the position of secretary of defense last week, General James Mattis staked out a position on NATO that appeared strikingly at odds with that of his prospective boss, President-elect Donald Trump. While Trump has called ...and more »
- Wizz Air sees UK staying in Europe's Open Skies
DUBLIN--Wizz Air Holdings PLC chief executive József Váradi said that despite a commitment by British Prime Minister Theresa May to take the country out of the European Union, he expects the U.K.to remain in Europe's open aviation regime that allows ...and more »
- Business Insider
3 issues that will lead to trouble in Europe in 2017
What will the year ahead look like for Europe? 2017 will be another chapter in the European Union's slow unraveling… a process that has been underway for over a decade. The EU is a union in name only. The transfer of sovereignty to Brussels was never ...and more »
- The Independent (registration)
How Europe's newspapers reacted to Theresa May's Brexit speech
The Independent (registration)
Germany's Die Welt newspaper has accused Theresa May of "leading Great Britain into isolation" with her plan for a hard Brexit, as newspapers across continental Europe reacted very differently to those in the UK. Splashing an image of Ms May across its ...
Europe sees UK set for 'hard' Brexit after May speechBBC News
UK v Europe: newspaper reactions to Theresa May's
Europe gets ready for 'messy' Brexit talks
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has given more clarity on what she wants from a post-Brexit relationship with the EU, but expects talks "to get messy", the former Prime Minister of Finland told CNBC. "There should no illusions about the complexity of ...and more »
- BBC Sport
Ryder Cup 2018: Europe to increase wildcards from three to four
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn will have four wildcard picks for his team in 2018. The increase from three is among several changes the European Tour has made to its qualifying criteria for the event at Le Golf National in France. Tournaments ...
Europe announces changes to Ryder Cup qualifying systemESPN
Europe to increase Ryder Cup wildcards to fourRTE.ie
Ryder Cup changes for Europe will see four wil
- The Register
100 Gbps link to Europe lights up to delight researchers
Researchers are getting another 100 Gbps of dedicated connectivity between America and Europe, courtesy of a link on the AEConnect cable activated by Indiana University. Paid for by a National Science Foundation NEEAR (Networks for European, ...and more »
In a fractured Europe, two celebrations could make or break the Union
DISCLAIMER: All opinions in this column reflect the views of the author(s), not of EurActiv.com PLC. By Paul Wallace | Reuters. Tue Jan 17 2017 22:04:22 GMT-0800 (PST) (updated: Tue Jan 17 2017 22:57:01 GMT-0800 (PST)). By Paul Wallace | Reuters.
MAPPED: The countries in Europe where you DON'T need to use expensive eurosExpress.co.uk
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- Washington Post
Trump says Europe is in trouble. He has a point.
Germany's foreign minister reports “astonishment and agitation.” The French president protests indignantly about unsolicited “outside advice .” Even Secretary of State John F. Kerry sees behavior that is “inappropriate.” President-elect Donald Trump's ...
Trump's blast sends chill across EuropeCNN
Donald Trump shakes postwar order, in blow to EuropeLivemint
Trump to Europe:
- The Guardian
EU proposes to halve food waste in Europe by 2030
The UK throws away roughly 7m tonnes of food a year, nearly half of which is estimated to be edible. Photograph: Everyday Images/Alamy. Rebecca Smithers Consumer affairs correspondent. Tuesday 17 January 2017 19.01 EST Last modified on Tuesday ...and more »
Wow Air offering flights from LAX to Europe for $69
Wow Air announced travelers will be able to fly from the Los Angeles International Airport to Europe for as low as $69.99 for a limited time. The Icelandic airline is offering the $69.99 one-way tickets from LAX to Stockholm, Sweden; Copenhagen ...and more »
- Foreign Policy (blog)
The English-Speaking, German-Loving, French Politician …
Foreign Policy (blog)
By Robert ZaretskyRobert Zaretsky is a professor of history at the University of Houston's Honors College. His most recent book is Boswell's Enlightenment. January 17, 2017; facebook twitter google-plus reddit LinkedIn email. The English-Speaking ...
Europe Readies for Nationalist TideWall Street Journalall 38 news articles »
Brexit: Germany welcomes 'clarity' in Theresa May's speech as Europe reacts - The Independent (registration)The Independent (registration)
Brexit: Germany welcomes 'clarity' in Theresa May's speech as Europe reacts
The Independent (registration)
Theresa May's Brexit speech has “finally” given Europe “a bit more clarity”, Germany's foreign minister has said. Frank-Walter Steinmeier said the Prime Minister's willingness to engage in a positive partnership with the European Union had been noted.and more »
30 Under 30 Europe 2017: Continent's Leaders Of Tomorrow Gather For A Toast
Europe was buzzing Monday following the release of the second annual FORBES 30 Under 30 Europe, launched in the wee hours of the morning here. Monday night hundreds of the continent's best and brightest gathered in London to celebrate earning ...
- BBC News
Prisoner should have Lithuania internet access - Europe court - BBC ...
A Lithuanian man in jail was unjustly denied access to the internet by authorities, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has found. The court said he had ...and more »
30 Under 30 Europe 2017: Meet The Top Leaders, Inventors And ...
The Old World is once again showing that it holds new innovation with the second annual FORBES 30 Under 30 Europe list. In addition to receiving thousands ...and more »
- The Guardian
Warning: Europe is entering a permanent state of emergency
Governments across the continent are assuming sweeping powers over all their citizens in response to the threat of terrorism. This endangers our way of life. france state of emergency arc de triomphe. France declared a national state of emergency in ...
Muslims suffer because of Europe's terror laws - Amnestyeuronews
Counter-terrorism laws across Europe discriminate against Muslims and refugees, warns Amnesty I
- The Guardian
Labour MPs press Jeremy Corbyn for clearer stance on Europe
Labour MPs have called on Jeremy Corbyn to adopt a clearer stance on the single market and free movement in Europe before Theresa May's speech on Brexit. At a meeting of the parliamentary Labour party on Monday, MPs voiced fears that the party was ...and more »