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1 EU-US: A new transatlantic agenda for global change
2 Brexit: It's nearly now or never for UK-EU trade deal
3 EU legal advisor says top court should reject Hungary action
4 EU Action Plan to support the media and audiovisual sectors
5 Majorities in European Union Have Favorable Views of the Bloc
6 EU: A united coronavirus vaccination plan is worth a little wait
7 “Staying safe from COVID-19 during winter” strategy
8 College read-out by HR/VP Borrell on the new EU-US agenda
9 EU eyes Dec 29 approval for 1st virus vaccine, later than US
10 Fundamental rights in the EU
11 Commission, 5 EU members clash in court with Poland over rule of law
12 The EU prepares for the end of LIBOR: the Commission welcomes the agreement reached between the
13 EU's annual Association Implementation Report
14 George Soros has changed his mind on Europe amid doubts over the future of the EU
15 EU extends a hand (or two) to Joe Biden
16 Securing the EU's Place in the World
17 Five Star Rebels Risk Jeopardizing Italy’s Government on EU Help
18 Europeans approved of EU COVID-19 response in summer. Much has changed
19 'The EU has failed us all' MEP rages at Brussels 'betraying promises and weakening states'
20 EU Green Securitisation Unlikely to See Beneficial Capital Regime Soon
21 How Europe can bypass Poland and Hungary’s vetoes
22 Auditors slam EU for 'marine protected areas' that fail to protect ocean
23 Modernising EU justice systems:
24 Building a European Health Union: Stronger crisis preparedness and
25 Nervy EU states wary of Brexit concessions by Michel Barnier
26 Von der Leyen threatens EU recovery fund without Hungary and Poland
27 EU tensions build over when to present no-deal Brexit plans
28 EU considers aid cut to Ethiopia amid violence
29 EU proposes fresh alliance with US in face of China challenge
30 the Commission presents a Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe
31 Guidelines for COVID-19 testing and quarantine of air travellers
32 First-ever strategy on LGBTIQ equality in the EU
33 Germany Won’t Take Portugal’s EU Split
34 Gender Action Plan III – a priority of EU external action
35 EU increases contribution to COVAX to €500 million
36 Partnership with a Healthy Dose of Distance: Sweden's Changing Attitude towards the EU as an Arctic Player
37 EU greenhouse gas emissions fell in 2019 to the lowest level
38 Daily News 12 / 11 / 2020
39 The EU’s “New Pact on Migration and Asylum” is missing a true foundation
40 Macron TERRIFIED as France demands changes to EU rules to avoid harming itself post Brexit
41 Out of office: Has coronavirus changed Brussels’ EU Quarter for good?
42 EU and Germany push expansion of renewable offshore energy
43 Coronavirus: Commission approves contract with CureVac to ensure access to a potential vaccine
44 UK/EU may reach deal by the end of the week
45 Poland and Hungary enjoy a physics lesson courtesy of the EU
46 EU lawmakers to push audio-visual sector on geoblocking
47 EU seeks anti-China alliance on tech with Biden
48 Joint press release: EU-Australia Leaders' Virtual Meeting
49 The EU and the rule of law paradox
50 Europe Doubles Down on Data Protection to Ward Off Silicon Valley, Chinese Influence
51 Von der Leyen: Hungary and Poland should take EU budget row to court
52 Agreement on EU funding for cross-border projects | News
53 EU vows to fight antisemitism ‘in all its forms,’ calling it an attack on European values
54 Operation Warp Speed and U.K. Vaccine Drive Leave EU Behind
55 Commission presents action plan on Integration and Inclusion 2021-2027
56 Department of Commerce Issues White Paper on E.U.-U.S. Data Transfers Following Schrems II
57 'Turkey's EU membership to benefit both sides'
58 EU pushes for ′right to disconnect′ from work at home
59 Coronavirus: Commission approves contract with BioNTech-Pfizer alliance to ensure access to a potential vaccine
60 EU announces COVID-19 strategy for holiday season
61 Coronavirus latest: US and EU 'days behind us' on approving Pfizer vaccine, England's Van-Tam says
62 EU Says Boeing-Airbus Dispute Can Be Settled Under Trump
63 EU May Suspend Budget Funding to Ethiopia Over Tigray Conflict
64 Antitrust: Amazon
65 EU stops short of advising against holiday travel over virus
66 Autumn 2020 Economic Forecast: Rebound interrupted...
67 EU military boost would bring benefits, says bloc’s top general
68 EU to use Magnitsky-style law to impose sanctions on human rights abusers
69 EU-US ‘tech alliance’ faces major obstacles on tax, digital rules
70 EU 'regrettably' hits U.S. with tariffs, seeks better Biden ties
71 Boosting Offshore Renewable Energy for a Climate Neutral Europe
72 Press release9 November 2020 Boeing WTO case
73 Joint statement by the EU home affairs ministers on the recent terrorist attacks in Europe
74 Revealed: Hit to EU mental health services during Covid-19
75 The von der Leyen Commission end-of-year report card
76 New Consumer Agenda: European Commission to empowe...
77 EU proposes new post-Trump alliance with U.S. in face of China threat: FT
78 Brexit: What's happening and what comes next?
79 The EU’s €750bn recovery plan comes one step closer
80 Brexit: EU's 'penny is dropping' on UK sovereignty, says Gove
81 EU’s €1.8T game of chicken over budget and coronavirus fund
82 Watch: Von der Leyen gives glimpse of what EU's Digital Services Act will look like
83 European Union Tries to Counter Anti-L.G.B.T.Q. Wave in Hungary and Poland
84 European Semester Autumn Package: Questions and answers
85 EU proposes new rules to protect LGBTQ+ people amid 'worrying trends'
86 EU top court rules that CBD is not a narcotic drug
87 As Brexit pressure builds, EU red lines shine bright
88 Renewed EU-US alliance to focus on climate, digital, 'strategic autonomy'
89 Next multiannual financial framework and recovery package: Council presidency reaches political agreement with the European Parliament
90 New EU food agency tool reopens date marking rift
91 EU Commission pesticide approval procedure under fire from EU watchdog
92 UK Authorities Signal AT1 Divergence from EU Bank Rules
93 Updated projections of COVID-19 in the EU/EEA and the UK
94 EU has been too slow to tame Big Tech, says bloc’s auditor
95 Google critics pile pressure on EU's top antitrust official to get tougher on the tech giant
96 Video conference of the members of the European Council, 19 November 2020
97 EU says it could be self-sufficient in electric vehicle batteries by 2025
98 Exclusive: EU could pay over $10 billion for Pfizer and CureVac vaccines
99 How leaving the EU will boost Scottish farming
100 Climate change: the EU needs to be better prepared so it can better adapt | News