TAIPEI, TAIWAN — China and Russia have doubled down on their “no-limits partnership” in recent weeks, with leaders from both countries vowing to maintain “close personal interaction” and the Chinese ambassador Read More
Croatian farmers are holding off on protests until they know the outcome of next week’s EU farmers’ meeting, and are organising another round of negotiations with the government to see Read More
PRISTINA, Kosovo — George W. Bush’s little brother was confused. “So are you Albanian?” Neil Bush asked Kosovo’s former ambassador to Washington, Vlora Çitaku, over dinner at Pristina’s finest hotel Read More
Christian symbols could feature prominently on the one- and two-euro coins that will enter circulation after Bulgaria joins the eurozone, according to a proposal yet to be agreed at the Read More
The European Union is for the first time planning to sanction companies in mainland China, and in other countries including Turkey, India and Serbia, for helping Russia circumvent sanctions and Read More
Congress needs to take new steps to protect NATO after Donald Trump said he would “encourage” Russia to attack member countries that don’t meet their financial commitments, several Democratic senators said Monday. Read More
Sarajevo warned it has just six weeks to adopt four key laws in order to get a green light for accession talks.