AGENDA: WITHOUT AN AGREEMENT WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM, THE EU BEGINS ITS LAST WORKING WEEK OF 2020

THE EU AGREES TO REDUCE THE CO2 EMISSIONS AT LEAST  A 55% FOR NEXT 2030 

BRUSSELS WANTS TO LEGISLATE TO INCREASE THE LIFE OF BATTERIES AND MAKE THEM MORE SUSTAINABLE

‘WE MUST DO A DEEP EXAMINATION OF THE NEOCOLONIALIST CONCEPTION OF THE GREEN DEAL’

TWO SUMMITS AND FIVE PILLARS: THE EU SEEKS TO REVITALIZE THE TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONSHIP

THE EU DEFNES AS A 'CRIMINAL ACT' THE MURDER OF THE FATHER OF THE IRANIAN NUCLEAR PROGRAM

VESTAGER FINES THE PHARMACEUTICALS TEVA AND CEPHALON FOR MAKING A PACT TO DELAY OF A GENERIC

VON DER LEYEN: 'AS OF TODAY, I CAN'T SAY IF THERE WILL BE AN AGREEMENT ON BREXIT'

BRUSSELS SEEKS MORE COMPETENCES AND LESS MEDICATION SHORTAGE IN THE FUTURE PANDEMICS

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION SEEKS TO PROTECT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC

THE SOUTH CALLS FOR A MANDATORY DEAL: 'WE CANNOT WITHSTAND ALL THE MIGRATORY PRESSURE FROM THE EU'

THE EUROPEAN SUMMIT MARKED BY THE BLOCKING OF THE FUNDS AND THE DIVISION TO HARMONIZE THE TEST

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO THE SPANISH BUDGETS, BUT WARNS OF THE DEBT

THE EU, FAR FROM MEETING THE TARGET OF LIMITING THE RISE IN TEMPERATURE TO 1.5 DEGREES

THE EUROPEAN SEMESTER FOCUSES ITS PRIORITIES ON A QUICK AND EFFECTIVE USE OF THE ANTI-CRISIS  FUND

THIS YEAR THE SPANISH ECONOMY WILL BE THE ONE THAT FALLS THE MOST IN THE EU

EUROPE, ‘SHOCKED’ BY THE ‘COWARD’ ATTACK IN VIENNA

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION PRESENTS A DIRECTIVE TO CREATE A EUROPEAN MINIMUM SALARY

THE CORONAVIRUS FORCES TO REDUCE THE PRESENTIAL MEETINGS OF THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL "TO THE MINIMUM"

THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF THE CAP FOCUSES THE DEBATE IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS INCREASE THEIR MEASURES TO STOP THE ADVANCE OF THE CORONAVIRUS

BRUSSELS LAUNCHES LEGAL ACTIONS AGAINST LONDON FOR ITS CONTROVERSIAL LAW TO THE BREXIT AGREEMENT

SASSOLI: 'THE PARLIAMENT DOES NOT BLOCK ANYTHING, WE HAVE BEEN THE FASTEST'

BELGIUM WILL NO LONGER FORBID TRAVELING TO RED ZONES, BUT IT WILL DISADVICE

HIGH TENSION IN POST-BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS: THE CONTROVERSY BRITISH LAW SEES THE LIGHT

VON DER LEYEN PROPOSES MCGUINESS TO BE IN FRONT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES AND DOMBROVSKIS FOR COMMERCE

LONDON CONFIRMS THAT ITS REFORM OF THE BREXIT AGREEMENT IS CONTRARY TO INTERNATIONAL LAW

THE EU WANTS TO BOOST ITS 'STRATEGIC AUTONOMY' AFTER THE PASSAGE OF COVID-19

BREXIT WITHOUT AN AGREEMENT TAKES STRENGTH: JOHNSON PREPARES A LAW TO MODIFY THE EXIT AGREEMENT

SERBIA AND KOSOVO RESUME THE DIALOGUE IN BRUSSELS, ECLIPSATED BY THE AGREEMENT IN THE USA

SPAIN IS THE COUNTRY WITH THE MOST UNEMPLOYMENT AND YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE EU

THE EU CONTINUE REDUCING THE LIST OF THIRD COUNTRIES TO WHICH IT OPENS ITS BORDERS

SÁNCHEZ: ‘EUROPE AND SPAIN COULD NOT ALLOW A FAILURE AT THE SUMMIT’

THE EU TAKES ITS FIRST MEASURES AGAINST CHINA DUE TO THE REPRESSION IN HONG KONG

HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION SUFFERS IT´S BIGGEST FALL IN THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE 2020

BARNIER: `THE UNITED KINGDOM MAKES THE TRADE AGREEMENT LITTLE PROBABLE´

FIRST REACTIONS TO THE AGREEMENT: ‘HISTORICAL’ FOR THE MAJORITY, BUT NOT FOR RUTTE

EUCO | THE EU IS ON THE WAY TO ITS LONGEST SUMMIT FACING THE “NO” OF THE FRUGALS

THE EU REDUCES THE LIST OF COUNTRIES TO WHICH IT OPENS ITS EXTERNAL BORDERS

EMPTY HOTELS AND ECONOMIES IN FREE FALL: THE RADIOGRAPHY OF THE COVID-19 IMPACT

THE COMMISSION ASKS TO RESTRAIN AID TO COMPANIES WITH CONNECTIONS WITH FISCAL PARADISES

THE EU TRIES TO BUILD NEW ALLIANCES WITH THIRD COUNTRIES TO CONTAIN MIGRATION

COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION FAILS THAT FLOOR CLAUSES MAY BE ABUSIVE IF THEY ARE NOT UNDERSTOOD

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ALERTS OF EUROPEAN CHILDREN KIDNAPPED BY THEIR PARENTS IN JAPAN

MERKEL: ‘EUROPE IS NOT ONLY THE LEGACY OF THE PAST, IT´S HOPE AND FUTURE’

SÁNCHEZ STARTS IN PORTUGAL A ROUND OF CONTACTS PRIOR TO THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL

BRUSSELS ANTICIPATES A SHARPER AND UNEQUAL RECESSION IN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMY

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION AUTHORIZES REMDESIVIR AS THE FIRST TREATMENT AGAINST COVID-19

BRUSSELS TAKES SPAIN TO THE COURT THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION FOR FAILING TO APPLY THE PASSENGER REGISTRATION RULES

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION WARNS OF PROBLEMS IN THE EURO ORDERS, BUT DOES NOT POINT TO ANY COUNTRY

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION WANTS TO PREVENT YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FROM BEING A VICTIM OF COVID-19

MAMMA ERASMUS: ‘THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN THE SATISFACTION OF MY LIFE’

ANDRZEJ DUDA SEEKS IN TRUMP THE ELECTORAL SUPPORT THAT HE DOESN'T HAVE IN THE EU

EUROPE RECORDED 140,000 MORE DEATHS THAN USUAL IN MARCH AND APRIL, THE TOP OF THE COVID-19

THE EU CALLS ON CHINA TO TIGHTEN THE ACCELERATOR TO CLOSE AN INVESTMENT AGREEMENT THIS YEAR

BRUSSELS, WILLING TO CREATE ITS OWN 'GOOGLE RATE' AFTER THE US STOOD UP