Diplomacy

EU urges Kosovo to drop tariffs as political tensions mount

Dec 18, 2018

The European Union's top diplomat is calling on Kosovo to lift tariffs on goods from Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina as tensions rise between the former Serbian territory and its longtime allies, the EU and NATO

Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo OKs new army

Dec 14, 2018

Serbia threatened a possible armed intervention in Kosovo after the Kosovo parliament overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army

EU leaders agree to prolong Russia sanctions over Ukraine

Dec 13, 2018

A top European Union official says EU leaders have agreed to prolong economic sanctions against Russia over its destabilization of Ukraine

Kosovo police arrest 4 Serbs, sparking protests in the north

Nov 23, 2018

Tensions in Kosovo rose again Friday after police arrested three ethnic Serbs, including two police officers, early Friday on suspicion of involvement in the killing earlier this year of a leading Serb politician in the north of the country

Merkel visits Ukraine, says anti-Russian sanctions will stay

Nov 1, 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has visited Ukraine, pledging to uphold anti-Russian sanctions for Russian actions in Ukraine

Soros-backed university in Hungary partly moving to Vienna

Oct 25, 2018

Central European University says it will move its U.S.-accredited programs from Hungary's capital of Budapest to a campus in Vienna because of uncertainty over its academic freedoms

Irish border issued entangled with questions of identity

Oct 15, 2018

The land around the small Irish town of Carrickcarnan is the kind of place where Britain's plan to leave the European Union runs right into a wall _ an invisible one that's proving very difficult to overcome

Round of talks don't resolve Brexit problems ahead of summit

Oct 14, 2018

The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator says no deal on the UK's withdrawal from the EU has been reached despite a push for progress

Irish border riddle confounds EU, UK as Brexit end nears

Oct 14, 2018

The land around the small Irish town of Carrickcarnan is the kind of place where Britain's plan to leave the European Union runs right into a wall _ an invisible one that's proving very difficult to overcome

Mattis: Russia violation of missile treaty 'untenable'

Oct 4, 2018

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says Russia's deployment of nuclear-capable missiles in violation of an arms treaty is 'untenable'

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