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A blistering row between the German chancellor and her interior minister was diffused late Monday night after Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer struck a compromise over the country’s asylum policy.

Merkel’s challengers

A late-night and last-ditch compromise over Germany’s refugee policy leaves Angela Merkel—and Europe—weaker

For example, manufacturing products and selling them seamlessly across the entire European Union – from Helsinki to Athens and from Dublin to Riga – or allowing European employees to work and gain experience where they are most needed would be severely hindered. It is indeed crucial that the now 25-year-old single market is not only maintained, but that European Governments continue to expand and deepen this key EU achievement.

25 years of a European Single Market

A single mechanism to ensure growth for Europe

The US is undoubtedly in retreat from its global commitments while Asia’s rising powers, with China in the lead, are ratcheting up their worldwide influence and clout.

The EU has to broaden its alliances to shape the new world order

Enough tears have been shed, egos and emotions shaken and obituaries written about the transatlantic relationship. It is time to move on. So wipe the tears, stop the whining and turn over a new page. The US has embarked on a new journey, and the EU should do the same, writes Shada Islam

In order to monitor that the country remains on track, the Hellenic economy will be under an ‘enhanced surveillance’ that will include quarterly reports, instead of once per semester, by the Commission, the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Stability Mechanism.

Eurogroup nears debt deal for Greek bail-out exit

Greece and its creditors are getting closer to a deal on a debt relief package to be sealed during the next Eurogroup meeting on 21 June, senior EU officials said on Wednesday (13 June)

"The US now leaves us with no choice but to proceed with a WTO dispute settlement case and with the imposition of additional duties on a number of imports from the US. We will defend the Union's interests, in full compliance with international trade law."

European Commission reacts to the US restrictions on steel and aluminium affecting the EU

The US announced that starting on 1 June 2018 it will impose additional duties of 25% and 10% respectively on imports of steel and aluminium from the EU

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