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Europe accuses US of profiting from war. EU officials attack Joe Biden over sky-high gas prices, weapons sales and trade as Vladimir Putin’s war threatens to destroy Western unity.
9 days ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from politico.eu
Brandon taunts Putin over nuclear and chemical weapons and triple dog dares him to use them.
2 months ago by IkeConn to /s/LetsGoBrandon from politico.eu
Europe, having cut off a major natural gas supplier, resorted to burning coal. Guess who's their big coal supplier. Hint: it's Russia and they cut off their own coal supplies from there as well LOL
4 months ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/Energy from politico.eu
Everything you need to know about Liz Truss
4 months ago by bystraclover to /s/UnitedKingdom from politico.eu
4 months ago by bystraclover to /s/ukpolitics from politico.eu
European Parliament votes to ban combustion engine cars from 2035
5 months ago by TheRealPanzer to /s/technology from politico.eu
Spain arrests Ukrainian blogger accused of ‘high treason’ by Kiev
7 months ago by AXXA to /s/news from politico.eu
‘I’m gay in Ukraine and my country despises me’
7 months ago by Heter0ph0be4Life to /s/LGDropEverythingElse from politico.eu
Nadine Dorries, Britain’s Big Tech slayer
8 months ago by GeorgeCarlin to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Russia bans Facebook
9 months ago by jet199 to /s/SocialMedia from politico.eu
Hungary won’t abide by EU court ruling on migration, Orbán says. They will continue to defend the border against invaders and NGO human traffickers. They don't need enrichment.
11 months ago by Chipit to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Austria becomes first Western country to resort to mandatory coronavirus vaccination
1 year ago by Vng418 to /s/VaccineSkepticism from politico.eu
Balkan countries affirm US alliance by accepting Afghan refugees
1 year ago by neomarxist_bullshit to /s/For_Slavs from politico.eu
Why it’s worse for UK Labour than it seems. The Hartlepool by-election shows that Labour’s 2019 general election loss was not a Brexit anomaly but part of a deeper realignment.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from politico.eu
As Greece touts EU vaccine passports, privacy champions warn of risks
1 year ago by asterias to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Dutch national-populist party leader Thierry Baudet resigns over racism row
2 years ago by lolhedabbin to /s/debatealtright from politico.eu
EU is selling surveillance tech to China, says rights group
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Surveillance from politico.eu
Spain’s former king Juan Carlos leaving country amid corruption scandal
2 years ago by KaiEdwardBannon to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Demise of Hungary’s media exposes Brussels’ weakness
Why post-Merkel Germany will change its tune on China
2 years ago by 1donteven to /s/Europe from politico.eu
France to introduce controversial age verification system for adult websites
2 years ago by magnora7 to /s/whatever from politico.eu
Croatia’s ruling conservatives win parliament vote – Incumbent Prime Minister Andrej Plenković claims victory, but will need to form a coalition to govern
2 years ago by Jashfior to /s/WorldNews from politico.eu
Hungary no longer a democracy
2 years ago by LarrySwinger2 to /s/WorldNews from politico.eu
EU report about Chinese and Russian disinformation on coronavirus was watered down after pressure from Beijing
2 years ago by AliceofX to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Europe completes first export deal with Iran to dodge US sanctions. Some "allies". They don't have medical supplies for Italy but they've got plenty for Iran, just to stick a thumb in the eye of their "allies" in America.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/news from politico.eu
EU ambassadors back opening talks with Albania, North Macedonia
Coronavirus forces Europe to confront China dependency
UK gets it right, shuts the door to unskilled migrants
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldPolitics from politico.eu
Sweden, used to badmouthing the Americans with no consequences, suddenly finds itself in deep shit after it tried the same thing with China.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Support for NATO down in France and Germany, report says. Both countries would prefer the US intervene militarily rather than their own forces. All of the benefits and none of the obligations.
Why Europe hates Trump more than Iran - Behind the sober public pronouncements from Brussels and national capitals, officials are seething. Time to disband NATO. If they hate us this much, what are we doing there?
The European Parliament on Tuesday elected Ursula von der Leyen as the next president of the European Commission — the first woman to hold the EU's top executive job.
3 years ago by r721 to /s/WorldPolitics from politico.eu
Macron booed at Bastille Day celebrations
3 years ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/france from politico.eu
EU election results: centre, social-democrats and conservatives lose seats, liberals, greens and eurosceptics gain.
3 years ago by roc to /s/Europe from politico.eu
How Europe’s biggest media company infiltrated the EU
3 years ago by tansim to /s/deutsch from politico.eu
Mark Rutte’s last stand [Netherlands]
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Dutch former anti-Muslim politician converts to Islam [Yes, already the 2nd to go muslim]
3 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Macedonia to sign NATO pact this week
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from politico.eu
Belgium’s N-VA: We won’t quit government or back UN pact
Ukrainian parliament votes to impose martial law: Petro Poroshenko makes personal appeal to MPs (elections may be cancelled)
4 years ago by salvia_d to /s/WorldPolitics from politico.eu
4 years ago by salvia_d to /s/conspiracy from politico.eu
Italy’s Catholics flock to the right - Support for Matteo Salvini’s hard line on immigration has spiked among country’s churchgoers.
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from politico.eu
Citizens disillusioned with democracy: poll -- Some 54 percent of citizens in democracies believe their voice doesn’t have an impact on political decisions, and 64 percent think their government doesn’t act in their interest
4 years ago by magnora7 to /s/WorldNews from politico.eu