Topic: Olli Rehn
The Greece debt crisis, which is still subject to German parliamentary approval and may be challenged in court, is putting unsustainable stress on the European Central Bank, some analysts say.
04/30/2010 09:23 am
Bulgaria's arrest today of an ex-minister accused of bribes, and recent jail sentences of two major figures for fraud and embezzlement, show that the misbehaving state is finally taking the European Union's cues to crack down on government corruption.
04/01/2010 07:54 pm
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The European Union is pushing Greece into deep economic reforms as a way to end the Greek debt crisis and stabilize the weakening euro.
03/01/2010 02:41 pm
President Boris Tadic launched Serbia's formal bid to join the European Union on Tuesday, saying that the country would overcome 'challenges' in its relationship with the EU, including differing views on the independence of Kosovo.
12/23/2009 09:08 am
The government collapsed this week and banks are on life support. Icelanders are now giving the European Union another look.
01/29/2009 12:00 am
Frustrations mount over Bulgaria – the most violent, corrupt, and poorest of EU members. Aid is being withheld as reform promises are made (and broken). Can it be fixed?
12/31/2008 12:00 am
The victory of his pro-EU party Sunday defied the Western view of Serbs as unwilling to let go of historical grievances. Now, a peaceful future seems possible.
05/15/2008 01:00 am
Serbia will sign a premembership deal with the E.U. today that could bolster trailing pro-Western parties and give it greater access to record funding for the Balkans.
04/29/2008 01:00 am
The country's highest court is weighing whether to allow a motion to shut down the party, saying its Islamic initiatives cross a constitutional line.
03/27/2008 01:00 am
Political motives lay behind the decision of Serbia's second-largest city to declare Vladimir Putin an 'honorary citizen'
01/31/2008 12:00 am