Eleições Europeias


03 | Julho | 2009


 


CALENDÁRIO:
4 de Junho: Reino Unido e Países Baixos
5 de Junho: República Checa e Irlanda
6 de Junho: Chipre, República Checa, Itália, Letónia, Malta e Eslováquia
7 de Junho: Áustria, Bélgica, Bulgária, Dinamarca, Estónia, Finlândia, França, Alemanha, Grécia, Hungria, Itália, Lituânia, Luxemburgo, Polónia, Portugal, Roménia, Eslovénia, Espanha e Suécia


RESULTADOS:
European Parliament Election Results by Country (8 de Junho)
Der Spiegel



LINKS:
Q&A: European elections 2009

Parlamento Europeu

Conselho de Ministros

Comissão Europeia

EU guide to the Treaty of Lisbon

27 Views of Europe
Der Spiegel

Blog EUROPAS, IPRI-UNL



ANÁLISES:
Saying Auf Wiedersehen to a Strong Europe (2 de Julho)
Hans Hoyng, Der Spiegel

How German Banks Are Cashing In on the Financial Crisis (1 de Julho)
Beat Balzli, Armin Mahler and Wolfgang Reuter, Der Spiegel

Parité : la France entre l'Estonie et la Lettonie (1 de Julho)
Anne Chemin, Le Monde

Quel avenir pour la Romaine ? (1 de Julho)
Jean-Marie G. Le Clézio,, Le Monde

The Dis-Uniting Kingdom? (30 de Junho)
Hugo Brady, Wall Street Journal

The Socialists should oppose the nomination of Barroso (30 de Junho)
Richard Laming, EUObserver

The EU Presidency Is Too Big for Small Nations (30 de Junho)
Ulrike Guérot, Der Spiegel

Obama Will Make Russia a Priority (30 de Junho)
Mikhail Margelov, The Moscow Times

Oil Will Dictate U.S. Ties (30 de Junho)
Alexander Golts, The Moscow Times

Can Gitmo's terrorists be rehabilitated? (30 de Junho)
Aidan Kirby Winn, CS Monitor

Fixing global problems requires European and US co-operation (29 de Junho)
Angela Merkel, The Independent

The power of hope, between the United States and Europe (29 de Junho)
Dominique Moisi, Daily Star

The Obama effect (29 de Junho)
Chris Patten, Today’s Zaman

Our Decaying Nuclear Deterrent (29 de Junho)
Jon Kyl and Richard Perle, Wall Street Journal

The Solution to Establishing NATO-Russia Relationship (29 de Junho)
Luca Ratti, The Atlantic Community

Gas Spat Should Spur EU Energy Links (29 de Junho)
Paul Taylor, The Moscow Times

Gazprom: no reason to panic (28 de Junho)
Oleg Mityayev, RIA Novosti

False Alarms in Eastern Europe (28 de Junho)
Ruchir Sharma, Newsweek

European funding for the narrative war (28 de Junho)
Gerald M. Steinberg, Jerusalem Post

Versailles and Yugoslavia: ninety years on (26 de Junho)
Dejan Djokic, Open Democracy

EU cyclone belts the left (26 de Junho)
Glyn Ford, Japan Times

What's wrong with ethnic profiling? Just about everything (26 de Junho)
James A. Goldston, Daily Star

Why Ireland is primed to reverse its Lisbon Treaty vote (26 de Junho)
Adrian Michaels, Daily Telegraph

Inside The Mind Of Belarus's Lukashenka (25 de Junho)
Alyaksandr Lukashenka, RFE

It takes an Irish poet to remind us of the grandeur of the European project (25 de Junho)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

"Sólo tenemos un problema, Rusia" (25 de Junho)
Entrevista a Mijeíl Saakashvili, El Pais

'There Is a Little Bit of Defiance at Play' (25 de Junho)
Entrevista a Gjorgje Ivanov, Der Spiegel

Free to Be a Kurd (25 de Junho)
Asli Aydintasbas, International Herald Tribune

Nabucco, an American piece for a European orchestra (25 de Junho)
Alexander Knyazev, RIA Novosti

Steal this eBook (25 de Junho)
Christopher Caldwell, Weekly Standard

Latvian Fundamentalism (25 de Junho)
Boris Kagarlitsky, The Moscow Times

Back to Europe? (25 de Junho)
İbrahim Kalin, Today’s Zaman

Preserving Poland's Jewish heritage(25 de Junho)
Michael Freund, Jerusalem Post

The Dollar's New Best Friend (25 de Junho)
Gordon G. Chang, Weekly Standard

Cap and Trade Doesn't Work (25 de Junho)
Martin Livermore, Wall Street Journal

Don't Blame Hedge Funds (24 de Junho)
Melvyn Krauss, International Herald Tribune

Islam, Europe, and history: across the frontiers (24 de Junho)
Martin Rose, Open Democracy

Russia Remains the Same (24 de Junho)
Cathy Young, Weekly Standard

Spinning Russia and Telenor (24 de Junho)
William Dunkerley, The Moscow Times

Tadic Confident Serbia's Future Lies With West (24 de Junho)
Boris Tadic, RFE

The world should not stay silent about Kosovo's missing (24 de Junho)
Fron Nahzi & Chuck Sudetic, Daily Star

Gordon Brown hasn't beaten off the EU financial regulators (24 de Junho)
Irwin Stelzer, Daily Telegraph

'Pathetic for a Country that Wants to Be an Engine for Global Growth' (23 de Junho)
Entrevista a Jürgen Trittin, Der Spiegel

La coalición proeuropea (23 de Junho)
Joaquín Almunia, El Pais

Belarus Needs Good Relations With Both Russia, EU (23 de Junho)
Benita Ferrero-Waldner, RFE

'Turkey Doesn't Want Chaos in the Middle East' (23 de Junho)
Entrevista a Ahmet Davutoglu, Der Spiegel

Privileged partnership offers Turkey neither privilege nor partnership (23 de Junho)
Hugh Pope, Today’s Zaman

The EU's 'Nationalization by Regulation' (23 de Junho)
Ronald A. Cass, Wall Street Journal

The sword arm of Europe (23 de Junho)
Anatol Lieven, Prospect Magazine

United States-Russia: last stop before the summit (22 de Junho)
Andrei Fedyashin, RIA Novosti

A Happy Family (19 de Junho)
Charles Wyplosz, The National Interest

The Fall and Rise and Fall Again of the Baltic States (Junho)
Edward Lucas, Foreign Policy

Avoiding a Nuclear Crowd (Junho)
Henry Sokolski, Policy Review

A Possible Trap Awaits Obama in Moscow (22 de Junho)
Lilia Shevtsova, The Moscow Times

A Recipe for Reviving Doha (22 de Junho)
Catherine Ashton and Simon Crean, Wall Street Journal

Russia on road to nowhere after WTO departure (22 de Junho)
Olena Prystayko, EUObserver

It is not about a territorial dispute (22 de Junho)
Sinisa Rodin, EUObserver

Ireland's EU balancing act (22 de Junho)
Peter Preston, The Guardian

'Obama Is Certainly a European' (19 de Junho)
Entrevista a Timothy Garton Ash, Der Spiegel

Obama, Russia, and the Reset Button (19 de Junho)
Gary Schmitt, Weekly Standard

A nuclear-free world? Not yet. (19 de Junho)
John Hughes, CS Monitor

Avoid dollar trappings to escape its trap (19 de Junho)
Yang Mu and Lim Tin Seng, China Daily

Out of the Shadows (19 de Junho)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

We Need Greater Global Governance (19 de Junho)
Peter Mandelson, Wall Street Journal

L'Europe doit rejoindre le groupe des Etats-continents (18 de Junho)
Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Le Monde

Ghost of appeasement still haunting EU ties (18 de Junho)
Vaclav Havel, Japan Times

Extend a Hand to Eastern Europe (18 de Junho)
Radoslaw Sikorski, Wall Street Journal

'No Tolerance for Empty Blathering' (17 de Junho)
Entrevista a Peer Steinbrück, Der Spiegel

Eastern Partnership Holds Key to Russia Ties (17 de Junho)
Radoslaw Sikorski, The Moscow Times

Russia shuts out the international community (17 de Junho)
Svante Cornell, Daily Telegraph

EU arms embargo against China and human rights (17 de Junho)
Willy Fautre, EUObserver

Russian Paradox Forum (17 de Junho)
Ariel Cohen, International Herald Tribune

Moscow Shows Who's Boss With WTO U-Turn (17 de Junho)
Fyodor Lukyanov, The Moscow Times

The Swedish presidency, challenges and Turkey (17 de Junho)
Amanda Akçakoca, Today’s Zaman

La social-démocratie, victime inattendue de la crise (16 de Junho)
Frédéric Lemaître, Le Monde

Angela Merkel déclare ouverte l'ère de l'austérité en Allemagne (16 de Junho)
Le Monde

Where Is Europe's Stress Test? (16 de Junho)
Karel Lannoo, Wall Street Journal

Europe Should Not Be a Role Model For America (16 de Junho)
Joel Kotkin, Forbes

Visa-free travel for the Western Balkans – a win-win situation (16 de Junho)
Gerald Knaus And Alexandra Stiglmayer, EUObserver

Dmitry Medvedev's interview to the China Central TV Host (16 de Junho)
Entrevista aDmitry Medvedev's, RIA Novosti

Gates' Pre-Summit Ploy (16 de Junho)
Alexander Golts, The Moscow Times

Los países BRIC llegan a la mayoría de edad (16 de Junho)
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, El Pais

Europe’s Good Election (15 de Junho)
Alexander Lambsdorff, International Herald Tribune

Du danger de croire que la crise économique est finie (15 de Junho)
Daniel Cohen, Le Monde

Hasard moral et débâcle financière (15 de Junho)
Didier Marteau, Le monde

Faisons passer la politique du système propriétaire à celui du logiciel libre (15 de Junho)
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Le Monde

Europa, datos entrecruzados (15 de Junho)
Darío Valcárcel, ABC

A New Financial Foundation (15 de Junho)
Timothy Geithner and Lawrence Summers, Washington Post

Wall Street’s Toxic Message (15 de Junho)
Joseph Stiglitz, Vanity Fair

The Capitalist Manifesto: Greed Is Good (15 de Junho)
Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek

Paying for the Piper (15 de Junho)
Andrew Stuttaford, Weekly Standard

Gordon Brown Helped Cause the Crisis (15 de Junho)
Keith Marsden, Wall Street Journal

Allemagne : l'économie sociale de marché en panne (14 de Junho)
Marie de Vergès, Le Monde

How do you teach and learn successful leadership in a democracy? (12 de Junho)
Joseph S. Nye, Daily Star

Obama's Return to 'Old Europe' (12 de Junho)
Jim Hoagland, Washington Post

The farce of Cameron's Latvian legion is bad for Britain and bad for Europe (11 de Junho)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Elections to the Union Parliament were anti-ideological (11 de Junho)
Raphael Hadas-Lebel, Daily Star

Lessons Of The European Parliament Elections (11 de Junho)
Massimo Bernacconi, Radio Free Europe

Labour stumbles closer to historical oblivion (11 de Junho)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

The EU can be the model for a future of African integration (11 de Junho)
Mark Malloch Brown, The Independent

On Turkey’s EU accession -- from Sarajevo (11 de Junho)
Hajrudin Somun, Today’s Zaman

Turkey in urgent need of reforms (11 de Junho)
Fatma Dişli, Today’s Zaman

Slovakia's Surprising Financial Strength (11 de Junho)
Jack Ewing, Der Spiegel

26 and a half members (11 de Junho)
Richard Laming, EUObserver

A wake-up call for Georgia, Ukraine – and the West (11 de Junho)
Denis Corboy, William Courtney and Kenneth Yalowitz, CS Monitor

Russia's Sphere of Coercion (11 de Junho)
Cathy Young, Weekly Standard

Kremlin's Crimes (11 de Junho)
Janusz Bugajski, Wall Street Journal

'The European Parliament Isn't Even Discussed' (10 de Junho)
Entrevista a Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Der Spiegel

'The Perpetrators Are Getting Away Scot-Free' (10 de Junho)
Mikhail Gorbachev, Der Spiegel

L'Europe doit lutter contre la tentation dirigiste des Etats (10 de Junho)
Peter Mandelson, Le Monde

Pour un nouvel interventionnisme européen (10 de Junho)
Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol, Le Monde

Europe's Missing Demos (10 de Junho)
Gareth Harding, Wall Street Journal

Which language for Europe? (10 de Junho)
Daniele Archibugi, Open Democracy

Europe asks: Does tomorrow belong to us? (10 de Junho)
Tony Blankley, Washington Times

The Self-Hating Parliament (9 de Junho)
Mark Leonard, Wall Street Journal

Where's the Revolution? (9 de Junho)
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

D-Day at the polls in Europe (9 de Junho)
Andrew Finkel, Today’s Zaman

The ‘otherification’ of Turkey and the EU Parliament elections (9 de Junho)
Kerim Balci, Today’s Zaman

2009 European elections: ten conclusions (9 de Junho)
Daniel Hannan, Daily Telegraph

Ten lessons for the left from Europe (9 de Junho)
Denis MacShane, The Guardian

Dalai Lama makes less of a splash in Europe (9 de Junho)
Zhao Chen, China Daily

False Choices For Russia (9 de Junho)
Lev Gudkov, Igor Klyamkin, Georgy Satarov and Lilia Shevtsova

Putinism's Piranha Stage (9 de Junho)
Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal

Who's who in resetting U.S.-Russia relations (9 de Junho)
Andrei Piontkovsky, Japan Times

Taking the Toxic Out of Assets (9 de Junho)
Cyrus Gardner, New York Times

M. Sarkozy sort renforcé par l'échec de l'antisarkozysme (8 de Junho)
Arnaud Leparmentier, Le Monde

The European Parliament's future (8 de Junho)
John Palmer, Open Democracy

For Timothy Garton Ash, Europe Means Shared History (8 de Junho)
Entrevista a Timothy Garton Ash, Radio Free Europe

Gordon the Unlucky (8 de Junho)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

This is the place for Euro passion (8 de Junho)
Mary Dejevsky, The Independent

Consejos a los eurodiputados (8 de Junho)
Jean Pisani-Ferry, El Pais

Turkey the ‘other’ in Europe’s encounter with Islam (8 de Junho)
Nilüfer Gole, Today’s Zaman

Why Gordon Brown Must Stay (8 de Junho)
Lynda Waltho, The Independent

Only a New Leader Can Save Labour (8 de Junho)
Charlie Falconer, The Times

Moldova: Europe's Corner of Despair (8 de Junho)
Arcadie Barbarosie & Igor Botan, RCW

EU Voters Choose Status Quo, With A Worried Eye On Future (8 de Junho)
Ahto Lobjakas, RFE

We Had Our Perestroika. It's High Time for Yours (8 de Junho)
Mikhail Gorbachev, Washington Post

Down and Out in Germany (7 de Junho)
Wolfgang Munchau, Financial Times

Obama's German Itinerary Fuels Speculation Of U.S.-German Row (5 de Junho)
Bernd Volkert, Radio Free Europe

Why Europeans Have It Wrong About Americans (5 de Junho)
Peter Baldwin, Der Spiegel

Here are the rules for disobeying Brussels (5 de Junho)
Damian Chalmers, Times

Geithner's 'G-2' invitation (5 de Junho)
Kevin Rafferty, Japan Times

End of the debate? (5 de Junho)
Edward Gresser, Daily Times

St. Petersburg Forum: in search of anti-crisis solutions (5 de Junho)
Kairat Kelimbetov, RIA Novosti

Parties still must knock on doors to get the vote (4 de Junho)
Martina Devlin, The Irish Independent

Europe's Heart of Darkness (4 de Junho)
Antony Lerman, The Guardian

Turkey Bets on Regional Influence as EU Hopes Fade (4 de Junho)
Hans-Jürgen Schlamp, Daniel Steinvorth and Bernhard Zand, Der Spiegel

Missed chances for wholesome governance (4 de Junho)
David Adams, The Irish Times

Ensuring food security (4 de Junho)
Dmitry Medvedev, Daily Times

Twenty years after a victory and a defeat, time for a progress report (4 de Junho)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

The great bailout - Europe's best-kept secret (4 de Junho)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

Brown's offer: vote Labour, vote mayhem (4 de Junho)
Matthew Parris, Times

The Meaning of Bloody Omaha (4 de Junho)
Herbert London, Wall Street Journal

Britain Chills Free Speech (4 de Junho)
Salil Tripathi, Wall Street Journal

Nagorno-Karabakh: War, Peace, Or BATNA? (4 de Junho)
Vartan Oskanian, RFE

Who Is to Blame for EU Voter Apathy? (3 de Junho)
Siobhán Dowling, Der Spiegel

The Trans-Atlantic Frenemies (3 de Junho)
Gregor Peter Schmitz and Gabor Steingart, Der Spiegel

Brown has led the way (3 de Junho)
José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, The GUardian

Europe Forgets Tiananmen (3 de Junho)
Edward McMillan-Scott

Northern Fleet protecting Russian Arctic (3 de Junho)
Ilya Kramnik, RIA Novosti

Au coeur d'une Europe en crise, la Pologne fait figure d'exception (3 de Junho)
Ian Campbell, Le Monde

British politics is turning Continental (3 de Junho)
Daniel Hannan, Daily Telegraph

If only we cared about the European Parliament (3 de Junho)
Hamish McRae, The Independent

Secularisation beckons (3 de Junho)
Terry Sanderson, The Guardian

The European Union as a sum of shared values (3 de Junho)
Ahmet Davutoğlu, Today’s Zaman

España, Europa, coches y crisis (3 de Junho)
José María Carrascal, ABC

EU money funding Israel-critical voices in Middle East (3 de Junho)
Dan Kosky, EUObserver

Europe’s Advantage (3 de Junho)
Melvyn Krauss, International Herald Tribune

The Shot Heard Round the World (3 de Junho)
Michael C. Moynihan, Weekly Standard

Europe lost and found (3 de Junho)
Gisela Stuart, Open Democracy

Britain on the Brink (2 de Junho)
A. Millar, Hudson

Northern Ireland: between peace and reconciliation (2 de Junho)
Tom Lodge, Open Democracy

Europe’s elections: why they matter (2 de Junho)
Hugo Brady, Open Democracy

Hard Times for Eastern Europe's EU Haters (2 de Junho)
Jan Puhl, Der Spiegel

The End of the Globalization Debate? (2 de Junho)
Edward Gresser, Yale Global

'No Script for the Crisis' (2 de Junho)
Entrevista a Angela Merkel, Der Spiegel

Europhobia, not radicalism (2 de Junho)
David Miliband, The Guardian

The wheels on the EU bus go round (2 de Junho)
Nicole Pope, Today’s Zaman

El segundo rapto de Europa (2 de Junho)
Blanca Vilà, El Pais

Throw out bad councils, and vote for Lib Dems in Europe (2 de Junho)
Polly Toynbee, The Guardian

The EU must start squeezing Burma (2 de Junho)
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

The trillion dollar question: China or America? (2 de Junho)
Niall Ferguson, Daily Telegraph

New perspectives to sustain energy supply (2 de Junho)
Liu Houjun and Zhang Jingwei, China Daily

A Who's Who of those in the pay of Vladimir Putin (2 de Junho)
Andrei Piontkovsky, Daily Star

Georgians, And Some Westerners, Nervous As Political Deadlock Persists (2 de Junho)
Ghia Nodia, RFE

Oui, nous avons besoin de la Turquie en Europe ! (1 de Junho)
Pierre Moscovici et Pierre Weill, Le Monde

Who Ordered the Construction of the Berlin Wall? (30 de Maio)
Klaus Wiegrefe, Der Spiegel

EU's 'death' is greatly exaggerated (29 de Maio)
Elizabeth Pond, CS Monitor

Europe, l'avenir du monde (1 de Junho)
Dominique de Villepin, Le Monde

África en el corazón del siglo XXI (1 de Junho)
Miguel Angel Moratinos, El Mundo

Germany’s drift from Europe (1 de Junho)
Joschka Fischer, Today’s Zaman

How vibrant can an EU Parliament without a people be? (1 de Junho)
Christopher Patten, Daily Star

No power, no influence, no need for fear (1 de Junho)
Ross Clark, Times

A ‘devil’s advocate’ perspective on EU accession (1 de Junho)
Mehmet Öğütçü, Today’s Zaman

Logbook of Turkish foreign policy: EU and Cyprus (1 de Junho)
Bülent Keneş, Today’s Zaman

A remote but uplifting scenario for Sweden (1 de Junho)
Yavuz Baydar, Today’s Zaman

Cameron's dystopia (1 de Junho)
Peter Preston, The Guardian

Can the UK afford its Washington ties? (1 de Junho)
Michael Glackin, Daily Star

European elections 2009: Best chance for the maverick fringe? (1 de Junho)
Adrian Michaels and Peter Hutchison, Daily Telegraph

MPs' expenses: It's clear the people's choice is an early general election (1 de Junho)
Philip Johnston, Daily Telegraph

You can't reform the European constitution without a ballot (1 de Junho)
Bruce Anderson, The Independent

Rakhat Aliev Discusses Kazakhstan’s ‘Godfather-In-Law’ (1 de Junho)
Rakhat Aliev, RFE

We must not let political blindness triumph in Cyprus again (1 de Junho)
Özdem Sanberk, Today’s Zaman

Protests Turn Unknown Into Tbilisi Political Star (1 de Junho)
Matthew Collin, The Moscow Times

‘Main forces in agreement to solve Kurdish issue’ (1 de Junho)
Sedat Laçiner, Today’s Zaman

Boom Times Are Back (1 de Junho)
Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek

The danger of IMF policies (1 de Junho)
Joia S. Mukherjee and Brooke K. Baker, Boston Globe

Say It Ain't So, Larry (1 de Junho)
Irwin M. Stelzer, Weekly Standard.

Chávez's Cash Crunch (1 de Junho)
Mary Anastasia O'grady, Wall Street Journal

Obamanomics gets warning flag (1 de Junho)
Michael J. Boskin, Japan Times

Samurai Economic Smarts (1 de Junho)
Michael Auslin, Wall Street Journal

Reagan Did It (31 de Maio)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

Global poverty: the human-rights dimension (31 de Maio)
Kate Allen, Open Democracy

The West Must Stand Firm (Maio)
Tony Blair, Real Clear World

Cutting the Fence and Changing History (31 de Maio)
Walter Mayr, Der Spiegel

Central Asian Gas: An Opportunity Europe Seems Determined To Miss (29 de Maio)
Ahto Lobjakas, Radio Free Europe

Protectionism hinders global trade (29 de Maio)
Vlad Grinkevich, RIA Novosti

Biden in the Balkans (29 de Maio)
Stephen Schwartz, Weekly Standard

Cub of the East (29 de Maio)
Charles Tannock, The Moscow Times

Europe's Last Dictatorship (29 de Maio)
Jeffrey Gedmin, Wall Street Journal

Europe's moment of truth (29 de Maio)
Antony Lerman, The Guardian

The Big Inflation Scare (29 de Maio)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

The US economy is becoming ever more reliant on a government fix (29 de Maio)
Michael J. Boskin, Daily Star

China closing energy deals while oil is cheap (29 de Maio)
Michael Richardson, Haaretz

A new Arab philanthropism is emerging (29 de Maio)
Dima M. Toukan, Daily Star

Married With Bankruptcy (29 de Maio)
Andrew J. Cherlin, New York Times

Schumpeter's Moment (29 de Maio)
Carl Schramm, Wall Street Journal

La prochaine crise économique a déjà commencé (28 de Maio)
Frédéric Lemaître, Le Monde

Don't Go Wobbly on Trade (28 de Maio)
Gordon Brown, Wall Street Journal

Where’s Europe? (28 de Maio)
Philip Bowring, International Herald Tribune

Q+A Amnesty International - World Human Rights (28 de Maio)
Van der Borght, DW

También es una crisis de derechos humanos (28 de Maio)
Irene Khan, El Pais

Climate change provides the US and China with a shared purpose (28 de Maio)
Nancy Pelosi, The Independent

Why Beijing Wants a Strong Dollar (28 de Maio)
Zachary Karabell, Wall Street Journal

America sneezes and the world is germ-free (28 de Maio)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

The Illusion of Stabilization (28 de Maio)
Boris Kagarlitsky, The Moscow Times

Will Savings Banks Be the Next Casualties? (28 de Maio)
Beat Balzli, Christoph Pauly and Wolfgang Reuter, Der Spiegel

Financial crisis: We must mend our ways, not make more rules (28 de Maio)
Edmund Conway, Daily Telegraph

Quiet Tiger at the Fed (28 de Maio)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

In crisis, Arab economic reform beckons (28 de Maio)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

House price slump: Dubai leads (28 de Maio)
Patrick Collinson, The Hindu

François Bayrou ou le piège de l'antisarkozysme (27 de Maio)
Patrick Roger, Le Monde

Gazprom's New Weakness Offers Opportunity (27 de Maio)
Anders Aslund, The Moscow Times

Breaking with Poland's Past (27 de Maio)
Anita Prazmowska, The Guardian

Poverty’s Two-Way Street (27 de Maio)
Deepa Narayan, New York Times

Cross-strait gap narrows (27 de Maio)
Gregory Clark, Japan Times

G8 in no position to invest in energy (26 de Maio)
Oleg Mityayev, RIA Novosti

A Fast Way to Lose the Arms Race (26 de Maio)
John R. Bolton, New York Times

China proves a reliable partner of Europe (26 de Maio)
Yu Xiang, China Daily

Slippery Slope to Autocracy (26 de Maio)
Vladimir Ryzhkov, The Moscow Times

Turkey-Kyrgyzstan ties to grow stronger (26 de Maio)
Abdullah Gül, Today’s Zaman

'Europe Has Become an Over-Intellectualized Affair for Specialists' (26 de Maio)
Entrevista a Martin Schulz, Der Spiegel

Nationalists should not benefit in Europe over MPs' expenses row (26 de Maio)
Alan Cochrane, Daily Telegrapg

Good Plan for Bad Banks (26 de Maio)
Dennis J. Snower, Wall Street Journal

Whither G7, G8 Or G20? (26 de Maio)
Kazuo Ogoura, Japan Times

Some Industries Deserve Bankruptcy (26 de Maio)
Andrew Ferguson, Weekly Standard

East Asian financial cooperation key to crisis (26 de Maio)
Chalongphob Sussangkarn, The Asahi Shimbun

'If Opel Doesn't Want Us, I Won't Get Depressed' (26 de Maio)
Sergio Marchionne, Der Spiegel

The magic mantra of peaceful coexistence (26 de Maio)
John Milligan-Whyte and Dai Min, China Daily

Beijing's Would-Be Houdinis (26 de Maio)
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

Don't Trample the Olympic Ideals in Russia (25 de Maio)
Jane Buchanan, Wall Street Journal

Turkey's Competing Gas Streams (25 de Maio)
Fikret Ertan, Today's Zaman

Competing for Privilege (25 de Maio)
Dmitry Trenin, The Moscow Times

Can Britain's Parliament Redeem Itself? (25 de Maio)
John O'Sullivan, Radio Free Europe

State of Paralysis (25 de Maio)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

A 'Crisis' America Needs (25 de Maio)
Robert J. Samuelson, Washington Post

Obama's ambitious agenda (25 de Maio)
Donald Lambro, Washington Times

How Beijing is Battling the Global Crisis (25 de Maio)
Wieland Wagner, Der Spiegel

Clean energy industry a new growth engine (25 de Maio)
Hu Shaowei, China Daily

Youth and peace are key Arab priorities (25 de Maio)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

England Needs Reform, Not Revolution (24 de Maio)
Martin Ivens, The Times

Up From Poverty (23 de Maio)
Carl Schramm, RCP

Gordon Brown Must Go to the Polls (23 de Maio)
Matthew d'Ancona, Daily Telegraph

'We Have to Measure Ourselves Against Microsoft and Oracle' (23 de Maio)
Entrevista a Leo Apotheker, Der Spiegel

A ‘Reset’ Is Not Enough (22 de Maio)
E. Wayne Merry, IHT

From hubris to nemesis in the EU (22 de Maio)
Pierre Moscovici, Today’s Zaman

Medvedev’s Terrifying Order (22 de Maio)
Anton Orekh, RFE

Prospects of a Caucasus War (22 de Maio)
Michael Cecire, TCS Daily

Para qué queremos Parlamento Europeo? (22 de Maio)
Xavier Vidal-Folch, El Pais

Europe’s energy security still far off (22 de Maio)
Daniel Fineren, Today's Zaman

West bells China and says catch the mice (22 de Maio)
Lau Nai-keung, China Daily

A dying California tells us much about America's future (22 de Maio)
G. Pascal Zachary, Daily Star

Europe's worsening crisis (22 de Maio)
Richard W. Rahn, Washington Times

Uphill road to the EU-Russia summit in Khabarovsk - what's next? (21 de Maio)
Andrei Fedyashin, RIA Novosti

EU Can Offer Moscow Lots of Carrots (21 de Maio)
Fraser Cameron, The Moscow Times

Make your revolution at a round table, but add a truth commission (21 de Maio)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Donors should tie Ethiopia aid to an improved human rights record (21 de Maio)
David Dadge, Daily Star

A "Focused" Competitor (21 de Maio)
Alan W. Dowd, Weekly Standard

Can China reduce foreign reserve risks? (21 de Maio)
Yang Mu & Chen Shaofeng, China Daily

Economy shrinks at record-setting pace (21 de Maio)
Takahiro Fukada, Japan Times

The housing market may just be on the turn (21 de Maio)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

Our Brave New Competitive World (21 de Maio)
Alberto Mingardi, Wall Street Journal

Poverty: the winner in war on global warming (20 de Maio)
Vaclav Klaus, Japan Times

Russia's South Stream Project Gets a Boost (20 de Maio)
Jason Bush, Der Spiegel

Behind Turkey’s Witch Hunt (20 de Maio)
Soner Cagaptay, Newsweek

France and Germany bulldoze EU credibility (20 de Maio)
Amanda Akçakoca, Today’s Zaman

Britain has too much on its plate to worry about Russia on the eve of European Parliament elections (20 de Maio)
Irina Demchenko, RIA Novosti

Unfinished Business In The Balkans (20 de Maio)
Nenad Pejic, RFE

The Arms-Control Dinosaurs Are Back (19 de Maio)
Marc A. Thiessen, Wall Street Journal

Ex-Ambassador Says 'Evidence Mounting' Of New Russian Offensive In Georgia (19 de Maio)
Entrevista a Denis Corboy, Radio Free Europe

A Strategic Hodgepodge (19 de Maio)
Alexander Golts, The Moscow Times

Parliament under attack (19 de Maio)
David Howell, Japan Times

Now is the time to invest in Europe's energy security (19 de Maio)
Sebastian Sass, EUObserver

Facing cold realities of global hot money (19 de Maio)
Yi Xianrong, China Daily

The United States will recover, but in a somewhat de-globalized world (19 de Maio)
Dani Rodrik, Daily Star

The problem with Obama's antitrust plan (19 de Maio)
Dominick T. Armentano, CS Monitor

Some Bankruptcies Are Worth It (19 de Maio)
Lee C. Buchheit and David A. Skeel Jr., New York Times

Obama's Auto Plan Is Capitalism at Work (19 de Maio)
Scott Sperling, Wall Street Journal

China goes global (19 de Maio)
Linda Yueh, The Guardian

Identifying The Correct Recovery Paradigm (18 de Maio)
Martin Hutchinson, RFE

Corruption in Croatia (18 de Maio)
Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, Wall Street Journal

The Way We Live Now: Diminished Returns (18 de Maio)
Niall Ferguson, NY Magazine

Old order should yield place to new (18 de Maio)
Fu Mengzi, China Daily

A story line to push the economy (18 de Maio)
Robert J. Shiller, Japan Times

Notes From Another Credit Card Crisis (18 de Maio)
Suki Kim, New York Times

The China Puzzle (18 de Maio)
David Leonhardt, New York Times

Tony Blair: Faith-Based Politics (16 de Maio)
Entrevista a Tony Blair, Newsweek

Preventing A New Crimean War (15 de Maio)
Andrei Tsygankov, RFE

Vitality's Been Sucked Out of European Society (15 de Maio)
Dennis Prager, Townhall

Visiones 'krugmaniáticas' contra el euro (15 de Maio)
José Luis Feito, El Pais

'We Want to Overthrow Capitalism' (15 de Maio)
Entrevista com Oskar Lafontaine, Der Spiegel

Overcoming the Hobbesian Instinct (15 de Maio)
Yevgeny Bazhanov, The Moscow Times

Empire of Carbon (15 de Maio)
Paul Krugman, New York Times

We need a European foreign policy. Improbable? Yes. Impossible? No (14 de Maio)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

'I Would Call Saakashvili Insane' (14 de Maio)
Entrevista com Salome Zurabishvili, Der Spiegel

Russia, Europe Play a New Great Game (14 de Maio)
Stewart Fleming, European Voice

Germany's Dangerous Gitmo Gamble (14 de Maio)
Ulf Gartzke, Weekly Standard

The Balkan border disputes: hereditary or imposed? (14 de Maio)
Hajrudin Somun, Today’s Zaman

Restoring urgency to the European agenda (14 de Maio)
Andrew Finkel, Today’s Zaman

Putin in Japan: Economics outweighs politics (14 de Maio)
Andrei Kuznetsov, RIA Novosti

Chinese model and the doctrine of mean (14 de Maio)
Zheng Yongnian, China Daily

US' China policy ought to help the region (14 de Maio)
Dan Steinbock, China Daily

China's Heart of Gold (14 de Maio)
Victor Zhikai Gao, New York Times

The Almighty Renminbi? (14 de Maio)
Nouriel Roubini, New York Times

Farewell deflation: now inflation is the fear (14 de Maio)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

A Bankrupt Insolvency System (14 de Maio)
Ann Cairns, Wall Street Journal

British MPs Pad Their Expense Accounts (14 de Maio)
Quentin Letts, Wall Street Journal

Ruble Reserve Currency May Not Be So Crazy (13 de Maio)
Martin Gilman, The Moscow Times

Going Back To Mr. Keynes (13 de Maio)
Takamitsu Sawa, Japan Times

Gangster Government and the Chrysler Fix (13 de Maio)
Henry Payne and Richard Burr, Weekly Standard

Putin's Ninth Year in Power (13 de Maio)
Gary Kasparov, Wall Street Journal

A Georgian chalk circle: open letter to the west (13 de Maio)
Tedo Japaridze, Open Democracy

A Good Time to Stop Butting Heads (13 de Maio)
Andrei Kortunov, The Moscow Times

Filling the Democracy Gap (12 de Maio)
Robin Shepherd, Wall Street Journal

Friends in Need (12 de Maio)
William Anthony Hay, Wall Street Journal

OSCE Chief Dismisses Criticism, Says 'We're Working On The Long Haul' (12 de Maio)
Entrevista com Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, Radio Free Europe

Bye Bye, Eurasian Pipelines? (12 de Maio)
Ariel Cohen, New York Times

'We Have Been Occupied Before' (12 de Maio)
Jean-Claude Juncker, Der Spiegel

Appeasing the military by abandoning the EU (12 de Maio)
İhsan Daği, Today’s Zaman

The Kremlin's New Man in the Far East (12 de Maio)
Nikolai Petrov, The Moscow Times

Medvedev Pretends to Lead (12 de Maio)
Vladimir Ryzhkov, The Moscow Times

Medvedev Has Matured After One Year in Office (12 de Maio)
Vladimir Frolov, The Moscow Times

China and us – a new cultural revolution (11 de Maio)
Alistair Darling, Times

Europe's threat from Pakistan (11 de Maio)
Raffaello Pantucci, EUObserver

Green shoots? Don't speak too soon (11 de Maio)
Joseph Stiglitz, The Guardian

Capitalism & the economic crisis (11 de Maio)
C. Rangarajan, The Hindu

L'erreur des banques centrales (11 de Maio)
Martin Wolf, Le Monde

La grève des urnes (11 de Maio)
Gérard Courtois, Le Monde

The Europeans should bring their last dictator in from the cold (11 de Maio)
Charles Tannock, Daily Star

Europe Betrays Its Mission In Prague (11 de Maio)
Borut Grgic, Wall Street Journal

'Let's Take Obama at His Word' (11 de Maio)
Entrevista com Guido Westerwelle, Der Spiegel

French role in the export of torture practices (11 de Maio)
Cesar Chelala, Japan Times

EU Won't Apologize For Being 'Attractive' To Its Neighbors (8 de Maio)
Entrevista com Radoslaw Sikorski, Radio Free Europe

The Eastern Partnership more for more or more for less? (8 de Maio)
Yeliz Hacıosmanoğlu, Today’s Zaman

4 F's for the 4 I's (8 de Maio)
Vladislav Inozemtsev, The Moscow Times

WWII, a war which changed the world (8 de Maio)
Ilya Kramnik, RIA Novosti

Has Europe dropped the Balkans? (8 de Maio)
Christophe Solioz, Open Democracy

Brave Old World (8 de Maio)
Ryan Streeter, Weekly Standard

Hyperactive Sarkozy Has Failed to Deliver (7 de Maio)
Zaki Laidi, Financial Times

Central Asia and the U.S.-Russia 'Reset' (7 de Maio)
Peter Kiernan, World Politics Review

EU Pipeline Gets Boost Amid Slump (7 de Maio)
Marc Champion, Wall Street Journal

Creating Good Neighbors in Russia's Backyard (7 de Maio)
Andrew Wilson, Nicu Popescu, The Moscow Times

A voucher to the European Union (7 de Maio)
Sergei Markedonov, RIA Novosti

A Friend To Georgia And Russia (7 de Maio)
John F. Kerry and David Dreier, Washington Post

Europe's New Eastern Friend (7 de Maio)
Christian Neef, Der Spiegel

Union européenne - Russie : la lutte d'influence (7 de Maio)
Natalie Nougayrède, Le Monde

Razing Russia's 4th Estate (7 de Maio)
Christopher Walker, The Moscow Times

Russia applies a politically correct legality (7 de Maio)
Susanne Scholl, Japan Times

Georgia Needs A Different Path To Democracy (7 de Maio)
Lincoln Mitchell, Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff, Radio Free Europe

Eastern Partnership -- The EU's Accidental Sphere Of Influence (7 de Maio)
Ahto Lobjakas, Radio Free Europe

How We Tested the Big Banks (7 de Maio)
Timothy Geithner, Wall Street Journal

Britain Will Remain a Global Financial Leader (7 de Maio)
Alistair Darling and Win Bischoff, Wall Street Journal

Two Views on the Cause of the Global Crisis – Part II (7 de Maio)
Ashok Bardhan, Yale Global

This epochal crisis requires us to resolve the paradox of capitalism (7 de Maio)
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

America will still rule the post-crisis world (7 de Maio)
Anatole Kaletsky, Times

A Russia Test (6 de Maio)
Denis Corboy, William Courtney, and Kenneth Yalowitz, New York Times

No More Berlin Walls (5 de Maio)
Aleksander Kwasniewski, Wall Street Journal

Five Years After First Postcommunist Enlargement, Borders Still Exist (5 de Maio)
Ahto Lobjakas, RFE

Russia, Ukraine agree on gas and other issues (5 de Maio)
Oleg Mityayev, RIA Novosti

Medvedev’s First Year (5 de Maio)
Fraser Cameron, New York Times

Will There Be a Second Crimean War? (5 de Maio)
Andreas Umland, Open Democracy

Don't Forget About Foreign Aid (5 de Maio)
Madeleine K. Albright and Colin L. Powell, Wall Street Journal

Two Views on the Cause of the Global Crisis – Part I (5 de Maio)
Branko Milanovic, Yale Global

We Can't Subsidize the Banks Forever (5 de Maio)
Matthew Richardson and Nouriel Roubini, Wall Street Journal

Inflation, déflation, quel péril choisir? (5 de Maio)
Jean-Pisani-Ferry, Le Monde

Doubting Der Spiegel (27 de Abril)
Michael Cecire, TCS Daily




EDITORIAIS:
Europe's Fiscal Woes (3 de Julho)
Wall Street Journal

Allez la Suède ! (2 de Julho)
Le Monde

Neither one thing nor the other (2 de Julho)
The Economist

Barroso the Bold? (2 de Julho)
Wall Street Journal

L'euro menacé (30 de Junho)
Le Monde

The EU's Latest Power Grab (26 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Lisbon's last hope (25 de Junho)
The Economist

Rollercoaster ride (25 de Junho)
Leader, Times

Resaca fiscal (24 de Junho)
El Pais

Chauds déchets (23 de Junho)
Le Monde

Cerrar Guantánamo (22 de Junho)
El Pais

Renoncement (21 de Junho)
Le Monde

Small Minds in the Kremlin (19 de Junho)
Editorial, Wall Street Journal

Europe's Symbolic Gesture (19 de Junho)
Editorial, Wall Street Journal

The Perils of Ignoring the European Parliament (14 de Junho)
International Herald Tribune

All aboard the state gravy train (14 de Junho)
Times

The Warning o' the Ratings (14 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Slapping A Friend (14 de Junho)
New York Post

El calvario de Brown (11 de Junho)
El Pais

Lats on Its Back (11 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Europe votes (11 de Junho)
Jerusalem Post

What happened to the Left's moment? (9 de Junho)
Times

An electoral debacle that might save Gordon Brown (9 de Junho)
The Independent

Europa en sus manos (9 de Junho)
El Pais

Europe's Left is eclipsed (9 de Junho)
Daily Telegraph

Elections in Europe: Meanwhile, across the Channel (9 de Junho)
The Guardian

Europe's Left Takes Electoral Beating (8 de Junho)
The Economist

Indifférence? (8 de Junho)
Le Monde

Labour in crisis: European disaster (8 de Junho)
Leader, The Guardian

Un serio aviso (8 de Junho)
El Pais

Besoin d'Europe (7 de Junho)
Editorial, Le Monde

The Left Gets Mauled in European Elections (6 de Junho)
The Economist
L
Berlusconi al desnudo (5 de Junho)
El Pais

Britain's perfect political storm (5 de Junho)
The Irish Times

Get the message right on Europe (2 de Junho)
The Irish Independent

June 4 (4 de Junho)
Times

Merkel for the Fed (4 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Depresión inmobiliaria (4 de Junho)
El Pais

Another Summer in Georgia (4 de Junho)
Washington Post

June 4 (4 de Junho)
Times

The choice for Europe (3 de Junho)
Times

Russia Divides and Rules Europe (2 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Local and European elections: Thursday's choice (2 de Junho)
The Guardian

Obama's socialized bankruptcy for GM (2 de Junho)
CS MOnitor

Intervención calculada (2 de Junho)
El Pais

Government Motors (2 de Junho)
Times

The Clown’s Mask Slips (1 de Junho)
Times

Act now to save the NHS (1 de Junho)
Daily Telegraph

This election should be about Europe, not MPs' expenses (1 de Junho)
The Independent

Elecciones en tiempo de crisis (1 de Junho)
ABC

Capital stimulus (1 de Junho)
China Daily

Unemployment rising (1 de Junho)
The Asahi Shimbun

Owning G.M. (1 de Junho)
New York Times

Economy on the brink (1 de Junho)
Washington Times

0 % d'inflation (30 de Maio)
Le Monde

Political Bankruptcy (29 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

Actividad bajo mínimos (29 de Maio)
El Pais

Risque justifié (27 de Maio)
Le Monde

Japan's Frankenstein Economy (27 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

The Russo-German Car Axis (27 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

Trade and Hard Times (26 de Maio)
New York Times

The Test Ban Treaty (25 de Maio)
Editorial, New York Times

Call an Election This Autumn, Gordon Brown (24 de Maio)
Sunday Times

Britain Needs a New Democracy (24 de Maio)
The Guardian

Don't Bailout California (24 de Maio)
Washington Post

A different credit crunch (23 de Maio)
LA Times

A British Witch Hunt (23 de Maio)
The Independent

Giving a shunt towards Europe (21 de Maio)
The Economist

Bloated entitlement at the BBC (21 de Maio)
The Independent

Merkel's Tax Flip-Flop (19 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

El delito de inmigrar (18 de Maio)
El Pais

Bad Banks, Bad Plan (15 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

Skating on Thinning Ice (14 de Maio)
Times

Justifiable optimism? (13 de Maio)
The Hindu

Torturar por diversión (12 de Maio)
El Pais

Europe in Recession (5 de Maio)
Leader, Times

El enfermo de Europa (5 de Maio)
Editorial, El Pais




ARTIGOS:
Experts see increased terror risk in Germany (3 de Julho)
DW

European Commission to look into Italy's new immigration bill (3 de Julho)
DW

G8 Summit talks likely to turn to dollar (3 de Julho)
China Daily

European Central Bank president says falling consumer prices in eurozone will not last (3 de Julho)
DW

Commission approves second slice of Latvian loan (3 de Julho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Gloomy job figures dash hopes for European upturn (3 de Julho)
Lucia Kubosova, EUObserver

World Bank commits $58.9 b to crisis-hit countries (3 de Julho)
The Hindu

Voting Quirk Could Favor Merkel in German Elections (2 de Julho)
Der Spiegel

Barroso stalemate threatens to distract EU from real problems (2 de Julho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Présidence suédoise de l'UE : trois sujets de "conflit" avec Paris (2 de Julho)
Le Monde

Suecia exige una rápida decisión sobre Durão Barroso (2 de Julho)
A. Missé / R. M. De Rituerto, El Pais

Sweden warns against 'overzealous' hedge fund regulation (2 de Julho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Croatian prime minister resigns (2 de Julho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Croatia's prime minister resigns, quits politics (2 de Julho)
DW

Albanie : la coalition au pouvoir crie victoire (2 de Julho)
Le Monde

Russia asks Turkey to join South Stream project – Sechin (2 de Julho)
RIA Novosti

Sweden tames high expectations over progress in Turkey talks (2 de Julho)
Today’s Zaman

What Lisbon Ruling Really Means for the EU (2 de Julho)
Hans-Jürgen Schlamp, Der Spiegel

Chancellor unveils Germany's G-8 plans (2 de Julho)
DW

Merkel: There must be a stop to settlement construction (2 de Julho)
Jerusalem Post

Liberals rule out right-wing alliance in the European Parliament (1 de Julho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

New eurosceptic group to campaign against EU treaty in Irish referendum (1 de Julho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

La Suède succède à la République tchèque à la tête de l'Union européenne (1 de Julho)
Le Monde

Institutional problems loom large for Swedish presidency (1 de Julho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

German MPs under pressure to get Lisbon law ready (1 de Julho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

European Union backs CMK amendment on military courts (1 de Julho)
Today’s Zaman

EU's defence contracts to become more transparent (1 de Julho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

New EU President Sweden To Lead Fight Against Climate Change (1 de Julho)
Ahto Lobjakas, Radio Free Europe

La reconduction de Barroso pourrait être retardée (1 de Julho)
Jean-Jacques Mével, Le Figaro

Ankara takes slow step forward in EU accession talks (1 de Julho)
Today’s Zaman

German leaders hail court's green light for EU reform treaty (30 de Junho)
DW

Baltics expect no miracles, but small steps from Swedish EU presidency (30 de Junho)
DW

Ukip, Lega Nord form hard-right bloc in EU Parliament (30 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Czech presidency limps off EU stage (30 de Junho)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

Albania Rivals Neck-And-Neck In Parliamentary Vote (30 de Junho)
RFE

Albanian elections not meeting international standards yet (30 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

German court gives conditional green light to new treaty (30 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Germany's top court gives green light for Lisbon Treaty but delays ratification (30 de Junho)
DW

Germany Cannot Ratify Lisbon – Yet (30 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Germany's top court to decide on EU treaty (29 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Irish commissioner says EU Treaty would be rejected in most countries (29 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

U.S. and Russia Differ on a Treaty for Cyberspace (29 de Junho)
John Markoff and Andrew E. Kramer, New York Times

NATO-Russia Council 'Back in Gear' (29 de Junho)
The Moscow Times

Russia ready for more NATO cargo transits to Afghanistan (29 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Russia holds major war games in Caucasus (29 de Junho)
Mike Eckel, Washington Post

Chechen Group Behind Beslan Claims Ingushetian Attack (29 de Junho)
TFE

Bozdağ: Opposition backed new military court law (29 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Ex-Foreign Minister to Become Nabucco Consultant (29 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Early exit polls indicate Albanian Prime Minister Berisha ahead (29 de Junho)
DW

Italy approves fresh multi-billion-euro stimulus plan (29 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Pope holds back key morality statement to hit G8 (29 de Junho)
Richard Owen and Ruth Gledhill, Times

Czech MPs mull suspension of Klaus' powers over Lisbon treaty (26 de Junho)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

Turquía paraliza la reforma constitucional que exige la UE (26 de Junho)
El Pais

EU condemns Chinese roll-out of internet censorship software (26 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

EU takes legal action against Germany over farm subsidies (26 de Junho)
DW

Germany's Fischer to promote EU gas pipeline (26 de Junho)
DW

Heavy industry emissions targetted by EU (26 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Netanyahu's European 'grand tour' offers respite from settlement woes (26 de Junho)
Barak Ravid, Haaretz

Russia Says It Wants Allies To Cooperate With U.S. (26 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

Ankara denies role in US base deal in Kyrgyzstan (26 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Nato woos Kazakhstan at security forum (26 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EuObserver

Merkel arrives in US, praises Obama's leadership (26 de Junho)
DW

U.S.-German Rapprochment Competes With Russian Advances (26 de Junho)
Bernd Volkert

Gazprom Considers 30% Investment Cut (26 de Junho)
Anatoly Medetsky, The Moscow Times

EU takes Luxembourg to court over tax haven concerns (25 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU parliament continues to be divided on Barroso vote (25 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

U.S., EU Reject Russian Accusations Over WTO Bid (25 de Junho)
RFE

ECB lends €442bn in record auction (25 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

NATO expansion 'impossible' in near future - Russian envoy (25 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Georgia keeps watch as Russia bans observers and sends in troops (25 de Junho)
Philip Pank, Times

Uzbekistan's 'Big Papa' Karimov Marks 20 Years Of Iron-Fisted Rule (25 de Junho)
Bruce Pannier, RFE

EU officials tire of Croatia-Slovenia dispute (25 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

‘Turkey needs social contract, unity for EU membership’ (25 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Turkey's Erdogan on critical mission to Brussels (25 de Junho)
DW

Rights group urges Kosovo to close contaminated Roma camps (25 de Junho)
DW

Commission slams Belgian budget report for lack of detail (24 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

EU mulls IMF solution to gas crisis threat (24 de Junho)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

‘Action plan’ may further strain Turkey-EU ties (24 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Czech president holds off on Lisbon Treaty (24 de Junho)
DW

Klaus pledges to be last to sign the Lisbon Treaty (24 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Bulgaria prorroga la detención de un ex primer ministro kosovar buscado por la Interpol (24 de Junho)
El Pais

European Watchdog Castigates Courts (24 de Junho)
Ira Iosebashvili, The Moscow Times

Regional policy commissioner resigns (24 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

China defends export policy against US, EU complaints (24 de Junho)
China Daily

Merkel Faces Difficult Talks in Washington (24 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

EU bank bail-outs could dwarf stimulus spending (24 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

EU and Australia push for resumption of Doha talks (24 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

No 'Big Bang' for EU foreign service, says Solana (23 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

UE : la Suède se prépare à une présidence tourmentée (23 de Junho)
Stéphane Kovacs, Le Figaro

Europe must change after economic crisis, says Sarkozy (23 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU parliament sees birth of new right-wing group (23 de Junho)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

Sweden to stay out of EU candidates' bilateral spats (23 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Medvedev Trip Looks to Secure Africa's Riches (23 de Junho)
Maria Antonova, The Moscow Times

US, Kyrgyzstan reach deal on using air base (23 de Junho)
Leila Saralayeva, Washington Post

Ukraine Presidential Election Set For January (23 de Junho)
RFE

Lukashenko pursues old tactics, not new strategy (23 de Junho)
DW

EU delivers fresh warning to Bosnia (23 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

UN Envoy Sees Chance To End Macedonia Name Dispute (23 de Junho)
RFE

PM Erdoğan: Turkey unites against anti-democratic plans (23 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

French president criticizes the burqa in wide-ranging, historical speech (23 de Junho)
DW

Abstención récord en el referéndum para la reforma electoral en Italia (23 de Junho)
Miguel Mora, El Pais

UK pledges £5m to Zimbabwe as Gordon Brown meets Morgan Tsvangirai (23 de Junho)
Judith Evans

Sweden to push for more transparent EU migration rules (22 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

EU lobbyist register boosted by 'market forces' (22 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Medvedev Offers to Cut Nukes (22 de Junho)
Oleg Shchedrov, The Moscow Times

Attack On Ingushetia President Latest In Troubling Trend (22 de Junho)
Liz Fuller, Radio Free Europe

EU Reaches Deal on Lisbon Treaty (22 de Junho)
Carsten Volkery, Der Spiegel

Sarkozy in historic address to French parliament (22 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Kosovo, Serbia Spar At UN Security Council (19 de Junho)
Nikola Krastev, Radio Free Europe

Croatia EU timetable slipping away over border dispute (19 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Barroso reçoit le soutien unanime des Vingt-Sept (19 de Junho)
Le Monde

EU leaders give 'unanimous' support to Barroso reappointment (19 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Ireland set to seek approval for Lisbon treaty if it wins legal guarantees (19 de Junho)
David Charter, Times

Ireland says referendum on the line over Lisbon guarantees (19 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Oil Tax Plan Would Ease Burden on New Fields (19 de Junho)
Irina Malkova, Olga Kuvshinova, Kirill Khripunov, The Mosocw Times

Russian president to visit Netherlands (19 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

EU-Pakistan summit held (18 de Junho)
The Hindu

Lisbon treaty and Barroso question to dominate EU summit (18 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

French legislators worried about rise of the burka (18 de Junho)
DW

David Cameron ‘would not oppose’ Blair becoming first president of the EU (17 de Junho)
Francis Elliott, Philip Webster and David Charter

Spain's central bank warns on excessive spending (17 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Hungary closing embassies due to economic crisis (17 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU transport reforms lack green content (17 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Russia to cut troops in Abkhazia, S.Ossetia - General Staff (17 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Biélorussie : M. Loukachenko menace le Kremlin d'une "nouvelle Tchétchénie" (17 de Junho)
Le Monde

U.S. Says Undecided On Eastern Europe Missile Plan (17 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

EU calls for independent and impartial investigation (17 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Europe looks to Africa for its energy insurance policy (17 de Junho)
DW

Germany discloses data on farm subsidies to avoid EU penalty (16 de Junho)
DW

Build-up to financial dogfight continues (16 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Barroso could be voted down by MEPs on procedural grounds (16 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Some Balkan countries may get EU visa-free travel within months (16 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Dollar up 16.37 kopeks, euro up 5.53 kopeks - Central Bank (16 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

EU regional funding has little impact on economic recovery (16 de Junho)
Valentina Pop EUObserver

Russia Vetoes Western Plan For UN In Georgia (16 de Junho)
Nikola Krastev, Radio Free Europe

EU Probe Creates Burden for Saakashvili (16 de Junho)
Uwe Klussmann, Der Spiegel

Moldavie : le président sortant annonce la dissolution du Parlement (16 de Junho)
Le Monde

EU and US commit to resettle Guantanamo inmates (16 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Uncertainty over legal format of Irish Lisbon guarantees (16 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Migrants feel the brunt of the economic crisis, but the migration trend continues (15 de Junho)
DW

EU job losses approach 2m in first quarter (15 de Junho)
Andrew Willis EUObserver

Economy, security top SCO agenda (15 de Junho)
Li Xing and Wang Linyan, China Daily

EU arms embargo against China 'absurd', says ambassador (15 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Moscow Rejects U.S. Missile Shield Offer (15 de Junho)
The Moscow Times

Medvedev Says Democracy Growing (15 de Junho)
The Moscow Times

Belarus Leader Snubs Moscow Security Pact Summit (15 de Junho)
RFE

Steinmeier tells Social Democrats to pull together ahead of national elections (14 de Junho)
DW

G8 finance chiefs seek exit plan for recovery (14 de Junho)
Japan Times

Socialists warn EU leaders to respect parliament on Barroso issue (13 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

José Manuel Barroso, le caméléon (13 de Junho)
Le Monde

Sarkozy and Merkel offer Barroso 'conditional' backing (12 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Merkel, Sarkozy back Barroso's bid to retain Commission presidency (11 de Junho)
DW

Negotiations on Ireland's Lisbon guarantees continue (11 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Turkey’s EU prospects don’t look good, but reforms might do the trick (11 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

German FM Steinmeier mystified by CHP's anti-European stance (11 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

ECB Forecasts Recession until Mid-2010 (11 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Merkel 'Backs' Interior Minister Schäuble For EU Post (11 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Far-right having difficulty clubbing together in EU parliament (11 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Franco-Belgian metropole tests new EU structures for public authorities (11 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Querelles post-électorales en Roumanie (11 de Junho)
Le Monde

Barroso urges EU states to appoint new commission president next week (11 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Kyrgyzstan Insists U.S. Base to Close (11 de Junho)
Michael Schwirtz, New York Times

Russia will not make its soil available for U.S. missile defenses (11 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Steinmeier pushes for arms cuts on Moscow visit (11 de Junho)
DW

Blasts Near Georgian-Abkhaz Border Halt Rail Traffic (11 de Junho)
RFE

NATO members agree to slash Kosovo contingent to 10,000 (11 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Bosnian TV footage of Ratko Mladic provokes dispute with Serbia (11 de Junho)
David Charter, Times

Germany revokes residence permit for Thaksin (11 de Junho)
DW

Berlusconi y Gaddafi cambian dinero por inmigrantes 'sin papeles' en Roma (11 de Junho)
Miguel Mora, El Pais

Famous women conquer European Parliament (10 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Barroso anuncia su candidatura a la reelección como presidente de la Comisión Europea (9 de Junho)
El Pais

Economy Shows Cracks in European Union (9 de Junho)
Steven Erlanger, New York Times

Anti-Turkey sentiment gaining ground in European Parliament (9 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Right-wing parties gain in EU vote (9 de Junho)
Vaiju Naravane, The Hindu

El fracaso socialista abre una nueva etapa en la construcción europea (9 de Junho)
Andreu Missé, El Pais

EU should be talking to Hamas, says former EU adviser (9 de Junho)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

European oil giant Shell settles lawsuit over killing of Nigerian activists (9 de Junho)
DW

British Prime Minister Brown weathers political storm, for now (9 de Junho)
DW

Germany Warns of al-Qaida Attacks Before September Election (9 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Sarkozy vows to change Europe after EU elections success (9 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Finance ministers reject French proposal to weaken euro rules (9 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Ganley fails to win Irish seat for Libertas (9 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Baltic Sea strategy to combat pollution and regional disconnections (9 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Portugueses y españoles desmontan viejos tópicos (9 de Junho)
N. Pérez De Las Heras, El Pais

EU Parliament horse-trading begins (8 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Angela Merkel encouragée par la victoire de la CDU (8 de Junho)
Le Monde

Centre-right dominate as Socialists regret 'bitter' result (8 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Europe Swings to the Right amid Voter Apathy (8 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

European elections: extremist and fringe parties are the big winners (8 de Junho)
David Charter and Rory Watson, Times

Victoria opositora y moción de censura contra el Gobierno (8 de Junho)
W. O., El Pais

EU vote buoys CDU ahead of federal polls (8 de Junho)
DW

Far right make gains in ten member states (8 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

La próxima presidencia sueca de la UE gana apoyos (8 de Junho)
R. M. DE R., El Pais

European elections marked by record low turnout (8 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU Vows Economic Leadership After Elections (8 de Junho)
RFE

Eurosceptics score major win in Britain (8 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Libertas vote fails to materialise (8 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Los nostálgicos de la URSS avanzan en Letonia (8 de Junho)
R. M. DE R., El Pais

Derrota del primer ministro Sócrates frente a la derecha (8 de Junho)
Francesc Relea, El Pais

European elections marked by record low turnout (8 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Obama, Sarkozy clash over Turkey’s EU bid, headscarf issue (8 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Ukraine Opposition Rejects Coalition With Tymoshenko’s Party (8 de Junho)
Radio Free Europe

Centre-left losing ground in initial EU polls (7 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

En Belgique, régionales et européennes confirment la fracture communautaire (7 de Junho)
Le Monde

Wilders Big Winner of Dutch EU Elections (5 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Obama keeps leaders at arm's length on Europe trip (5 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Cool reception to compulsory EU sharing of asylum 'burden' (5 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Netherlands embraces far right in EU elections (5 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Europe voters swing to Right, say pollsters (5 de Junho)
David Charter, Times

British premier reshuffles cabinet after third top resignation (5 de Junho)
DW

Français et Américains s'apprécient à nouveau (5 de Junho)
Jean-Marc Gonin, Le Figaro

Nicolas Sarkozy met en garde Téhéran contre un "isolement croissant" (5 de Junho)
Le Monde

PM Erdoğan: Army will never reciprocate PKK's cease-fire (5 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

EU states agree on guidelines for accepting Guantanamo detainees (5 de Junho)
DW

Europe Sets Deal to Share Information on Detainees (5 de Junho)
Judy Dempsey, New York Times

Ukrainian President Vows To Block Election Changes (5 de Junho)
RFE

Les bureaux de vote en Irlande ont ouvert, pour un triple scrutin (5 de Junho)
Le Monde

Irish Lisbon guarantees raise questions (4 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Terrorist 'Carlos the Jackal' endorses French Anti-Zionist Party (4 de Junho)
Benjamin Weinthal, Jerusalem Post

Zone euro : la BCE prévoit une récession de 4,6 % en 2009 (4 de Junho)
Le Monde

German MEPs test legal limits in EU elections (4 de Junho)
EUObserver

European banks in spotlight as Baltic crisis hits Sweden (4 de Junho)
Daily Telegraph

British, Dutch Kick Off European Elections (4 de Junho)
RFE

German Regulator Warned of Hypo Bank Problems Before Bailout (4 de Junho)
David Crawford and Marcus Walker, Wall Street Journal

If the EU seems intent on a putsch then UKIP should give it a shove (4 de Junho)
Daily Telegraph

Aux Pays-Bas, le populiste Geert Wilders teste son essor (4 de Junho)
Le Monde

Right senses victory in European poll as Left fails to gain from global crisis (4 de Junho)
David Charter, Times

European elections kick off in Britain and the Netherlands (4 de Junho)
DW

Latvia fails to raise money on market (4 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Juncker denies reports of leaving eurogroup presidency post (4 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Majority of MEPs do not ‘tweet' (4 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

SPD Looks to EU Elections for Success in Germany (4 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Kosovo President Excluded From Balkan Summit (4 de Junho)
RFE

Poland marks 20 years of free elections (4 de Junho)
DW

Obama Plans to Visit Important WWII Symbols (4 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Time is working in favor of Turkey over EU bid, says top negotiator (4 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Government to renew push for European Union accession (4 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Medvedev expects Petersburg forum to offer anti-crisis solutions (4 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

New Structure of KIT Finance Outlined (4 de Junho)
Courtney Weaver, The Moscow Times

'Bulgarian trucker' replaces 'Polish plumber' in EU elections (3 de Junho)
EUObserver

Jobs crisis tops EU agenda as polls open (3 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Les Anglais votent ce jeudi pour les européennes (3 de Junho)
Le Monde

EU watches as angry UK kicks off EU elections (3 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Europeans see corruption in private sector as economic crisis hits (3 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Merkel criticises central banks ahead of ECB meeting (3 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

German politicians press EU to fight Google Books Project (3 de Junho)
DW

New MEPs to face tougher expenses regime (3 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

China's pro-democracy protests struck hope and fear in East Germany (3 de Junho)
DW

Obama to Cooperate On Energy (3 de Junho)
The Moscow Times

US eases up, yet Gitmo inmates say tensions rising (3 de Junho)
Mike Melia, Washington Post

Gen. Başbuğ: Anti-PKK fight ends when its presence in northern Iraq ends (3 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Exporting oil might contribute to solution of Kurdish problem (3 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Netherlands to release EU election results early (2 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

British Conservatives call for EU to return powers (2 de Junho)
EUObserver

Changes to EU fund hope to tackle rising unemployment (2 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

UK, Ireland Resist Push for More Financial Regulation (2 de Junho)
Hans-Jürgen Schlamp, Der Spiegel

Fight Erupts in Berlin over State Aid for Private Firms (2 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

‘Turkish secularism is militant, old-fashioned’ (2 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Merkel and Sarkozy in joint call for 'strong Europe' (2 de Junho)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

German court judgement on Lisbon end of June (2 de Junho)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Sweden in favour of reduced farm subsidies (2 de Junho)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

France wants to loosen eurozone rules (2 de Junho)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Tony Blair, favorito para ser el primer presidente de la UE (2 de Junho)
Ricardo Martínez De Rituerto, El Pais

Burmese human rights block to EU-Southeast Asia trade pact (2 de Junho)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Britain sold weapons to help Sri Lankan army defeat Tamil Tigers (2 de Junho)
Jeremy Page, Times

Nuclear talks resume as alarm over North Korea continues (2 de Junho)
DW

U.S. Denounces Separatist Elections In South Ossetia (2 de Junho)
RFE

PKK extends unilateral cease-fire to July 15 (2 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Climate change talks enter crucial phase in Bonn conference (2 de Junho)
DW

Study: 64% of Turks don't want Jewish neighbors (1 de Junho)
Haaretz

Les Irlandais majoritairement favorables au traité de Lisbonne (1 de Junho)
Le Monde

L'Allemagne vote en pensant aux législatives (1 de Junho)
Le Monde

Leaders Urge Voters to Turn Out for 'Strong Europe' (1 de Junho)
Der Spiegel

Steinmeier continues Eastern Europe trip in Budapest (1 de Junho)
DW

EU Aid for Ukraine Loan Looks Unlikely (1 de Junho)
The Moscow Times

Turkey’s EU bid a tool for European Parliament elections (1 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Merkel à la manœuvre pour limiter la casse (1 de Junho)
Patrick Saint-Paul, Le Figaro

Geithner tells China its dollar assets are safe (1 de Junho)
China Daily

Washington reveals more GM details (1 de Junho)
DW

Steinmeier to honor East Europe's role in bringing down the wall (31 de Maio)
DW

Europeans to elect parliament in lengthy, complex process (31 de Maio)
DW

Européennes : Merkel et Sarkozy tentent de mobiliser l'électorat (31 de Maio)
Le Monde

The Rich, the Odd and the Beautiful (31 de Maio)
Hans-Jürgen, Der Spiegel

ASEAN, EU lock horns over Myanmar (31 de Maio)
Stephen Kurczy, Asia Times

Reports: Ukraine's PM, Ex-PM Close To Deal (31 de Maio)
RFE

S.Ossetia ruling pro-president party wins parliamentary polls (31 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

German coalition quibbles over Opel rescue deal (31 de Maio)
DW

Socks and rock and roll in EU election campaign (29 de Maio)
EUObserver

EU plans to juggle regional aid rules for cash-strapped member states (29 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Guide to the 2009 European Elections (29 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

«Little Istanbul», symbole berlinois des ratés de l'intégration turque (29 de Maio)
Patrick Saint-Paul, Le Figaro

EU leaders to debate risk of fresh gas crisis (29 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

EU plans to juggle regional aid rules for cash-strapped member states (29 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Ministers promote space as cure for economic ills (29 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Russia, Belarus Clash Over Aid, Economic Prospects (29 de Maio)
RFE

Lithuanian recovery not far off, says minister (29 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Europe Objects Anew to Detainees (29 de Maio)
Craig Whitlock and Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Russia wants CSTO to be as strong as NATO – paper (29 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

UN’s Ban Rejects Georgian Criticism Over Abkhazia Report (29 de Maio)
RFE

Bundestag passes new anti-terror laws (29 de Maio)
DW

Ankara: Greek Cyprus oil exploration plans provocative (29 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

AK Party delays new constitution until October (29 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Sarkozy cancels Sweden visit over Turkey (29 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Poland sells shipyards after EU ruling (29 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Estonian man casts first online vote in EU history (28 de Maio)
EUObserver

Socialists list 'terrible' potential MEPs (28 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Géorgie : nouvelle mobilisation de l'opposition (28 de Maio)
Le Monde

Gül, Bakiyev jointly vow to maintain efforts for Afghanistan’s stability (28 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Energy policy is EU's 'big failure' of past 50 years (28 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

UN report: Global economic forecast looks gloomy (28 de Maio)
China Daily

Russia Ready to Invest $10Bln in IMF (28 de Maio)
Ira Iosebashvili, The Moscow Times

Emergency Opel talks fail to produce breakthrough (28 de Maio)
DW

Economic crisis damaging human rights, report says (28 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Inquiry Into Oil Company May Hurt Brazil’s Fiscal Plan (28 de Maio)
Alexei Barrionuevo, New York Times

Bosnia Region PM Offers To Quit, Risking IMF Deal (27 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

Europe's newspaper industry must transform itself (27 de Maio)
DW

EU sketches out conditions for upgrade with Israel(27 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

New European Charter Lays Down Guidelines For Press Freedom (27 de Maio)
RFE

Crusading women battle for seats in EU elections (27 de Maio)
Euobserver

EU states concerned over Google library plans (27 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

EU and Southeast Asian nations seek closer ties (27 de Maio)
DW

EU should embrace "new Turkey": UK's Miliband (27 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Shipping insurance sky-rockets as pirate attacks increase (27 de Maio)
DW

Trapped in a Metropolis of Suffering (27 de Maio)
Horand Knaup, Der Spiegel

Head of Stasi archive says countless files have yet to be read (27 de Maio)
DW

Open skies agreement endangered by US Congress (27 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Number of Europeans keen to vote in EU elections increases (27 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU-Israel relations set to stay in limbo (27 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

Chávez pide ayuda a Lula ante la crisis (27 de Maio)
Juan Árias, El Pais

MEPs' perks under spotlight in EU elections (26 de Maio)
EUObserver, EUObserver

Report slams 'widespread' use of ethnic profiling in Europe (26 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

EU states wary of action on fisheries reform (26 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

New portal to translate EU dailies into 10 languages (26 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Russia-Belarus firm to export Pechora-2M systems to 5 countries (26 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Cabinet urges EU to make up its mind about Turkey (26 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Macedonia a step closer to visa-free travel to EU (26 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Voter apathy reflects lack of interest in EU affairs (26 de Maio)
DW

UK Labour MEPs to publish receipts (26 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Opponents accuse poll-climbing Ukip of expenses hypocrisy (26 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

EU mulls involvement in Ukrainian gas storage (26 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

EU adopts Blue Card scheme for skilled migrants (26 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

EU farmers protest against falling milk prices (25 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

No Kremlin Guarantee of Gas to EU (25 de Maio)
Nadia Popova, The Moscow Times

EU and Korea fail to conclude free trade deal (25 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

‘Constitution won’t be changed for Gül’ (25 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Gore, Ban tell business leaders time is now for climate deal (25 de Maio)
DW

Britain failing to make Bashir's arrest a priority, says ICC's chief prosecutor (25 de Maio)
Afua Hirsch, The Guardian

Barroso in countdown for possible second nomination (25 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Germany looks ahead to September's election (25 de Maio)
DW

Etats-Unis : la sortie de crise sera plus lente que ne le prévoyait l'administration Obama (25 de Maio)
Le Monde

Correa y Chávez amenazan con más nacionalizaciones (25 de Maio)
El Pais

France's Oft-Derided Largess Insulates Many From Slump (25 de Maio)
Edward Cody, Washington Post

The Federal Republic of Germany Turns 60 (23 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

Le président allemand Horst Köhler réélu pour cinq ans (23 de Maio)
Le Monde

EU-Russia summit ends with prickly exchange over energy (23 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

EU States Enter Bidding Contest For New Energy Body (22 de Maio)
Renata Goldirova, EUObserver

Medvedev says EU should give Ukraine loan to ensure gas transit (22 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Hopes Low as EU-Russia Talks Start (22 de Maio)
Nikolaus von Twickel, The Moscow Times

Biden ends Balkans tour with message of cautious hope (22 de Maio)
DW

Biden Says No New Peace Deal Needed In Bosnia (22 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

UN secretary general urges Turkish, Greek Cypriots to speed up peace talks (22 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Ruling elite under fire in EU elections (22 de Maio)
Euobserver Staff, EUObserver

U.S. to Steer GM Toward Bankruptcy (22 de Maio)
David Cho, Peter Whoriskey and Kendra Marr, Washington Post

Emirates Net Falls 80%; Extended Weakness Likely (22 de Maio)
Stefania Bianchi, Wall Street Journal

Senate Rejects Move to Cut IMF Contributions (22 de Maio)
Naftali Bendavid, Wall Street Journal

EU defends free movement of labour in face of UK workers protests (21 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

China warns EU not to meddle in internal affairs (21 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Solana says EU to seek engagement with Russia (21 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Turkey’s EU process ‘one-way road,’ declares Davutoğlu (21 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Turkey 'Should Not Link' Armenia Thaw To Karabakh: Negotiator (21 de Maio)
RFE

Vice President Biden arrives in Kosovo (21 de Maio)
Washington Post

Serbia Welcomes Biden on Balkan Tour (21 de Maio)
Nicholas Kulish, New York Times

EU-Russia -- A Not-So-Strategic Partnership? (21 de Maio)
Ahto Lobjakas, RFE

Expert forecasts few tangible results from EU-Russian summit (21 de Maio)
DW

Obama seeks support for Guantanamo closure after Senate rebuke (21 de Maio)
DW

Yuan may be reserve currency by 2020 – official (21 de Maio)
China Daily

Banks May Need $16Bln in Capital (21 de Maio)
Courtney Weaver, The Moscow Times

Biden Warns Bosnia Could Again Face Violence (20 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

Brussels reiterates call for more reforms in Turkey (20 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

While condemning Sri Lanka violence, EU still sells arms to government (20 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

China and Brazil: Dump the Dollar (20 de Maio)
Business Week

China lies at heart of Europe's recovery, says Brussels (20 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

U.S.-Russian Team Deems Missile Shield in Europe Ineffective (19 de Maio)
Joby Warrick and R. Jeffrey Smith, Washington Post

U.S. Diplomat Flies In for Key Nuclear Talks (19 de Maio)
Nikolaus von Twickel, The Moscow Times

Russia scales down plans for troops in Abkhazia, S.Ossetia (19 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Russia and Georgia resume security talks (19 de Maio)
DW

Majority of Europeans not interested in European Parliament elections (19 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Call for Ireland to set referendum date (19 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

EU urges Sri Lanka to focus on peacebuilding (19 de Maio)
DW

EU foreign ministers condemn Suu Kyi trial in Burma (19 de Maio)
DW

Euro's Share In Reserves Overtakes U.S. Dollar (19 de Maio)
The Moscow Times

Eurozone posts surprise trade surplus (19 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Centralised states bad for economy, study shows (18 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Burmese regime hangs heavy over EU-China summit (18 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Turkey angered by Franco-German enlargement remarks (18 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

German Foreign Minister Opposes Taking Uighur Guantanamo Inmates (18 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

Gas Talks Will Start Soon With Ankara (18 de Maio)
The Mosscow Times

Erdoğan seeks Russian backing in Karabakh peace efforts (18 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

EU Commissioner Warns Bosnia That Accession Chances Are At Stake (18 de Maio)
RFE

Georgia angered by Russian lawmakers' visit to Abkhazia (18 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

EU election countdown: 18 days to go (18 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

Support for EU treaty grows in Ireland (18 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

EU commissioner elected president in Lithuania (18 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Obama, Sarkozy hail Indian elections (18 de Maio)
The Hindu

Financial crisis, energy to dominate Russia-EU summit (18 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Hundreds of thousands of workers march across EU to protest crisis response (18 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUobserver

Russia says planned European security treaty not aimed at NATO (15 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Turkmenistan To Free 1,700 Prisoners In Mass Amnesty (15 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

OSCE Halts Moscow-Blocked Talks On Georgia Mission (15 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

New EU political group open to Libertas members (15 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

París y Berlín enfrían el acceso de Turquía (15 de Maio)
Andreu Missé, El Pais

Germany's economy experiences biggest contraction in 39 years (15 de Maio)
DW

Recession not over yet for eurozone (15 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Economic guru calls for tax harmonisation to save single market (14 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Selon le "Wall Street Journal", le rétablissement de l'économie américaine prendrait 3 ou 4 ans (14 de Maio)
Le Monde

EU concerned over civilian casualties (14 de Maio)
B. Muralidhar Reddy, The Hindu

Italy approves harsh anti-immigration bill (14 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Cuba pide a España que impulse un cambio de la política de la UE hacia la isla (14 de Maio)
Miguel González, El Pais

Eurojust chief embroiled in Portuguese corruption scandal (14 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Commission gives Paris a pass over piracy bill (14 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Klaus not to chair EU leaders summit (14 de Maio)
Honor Mahony, EUObserver

Energy Trade in East Calls for Scrutiny (14 de Maio)
Judy Dempsey, New York Times

Kremlin Sees Threats In Economy, Energy (14 de Maio)
Nikolaus von Twickel, The Moscow Times

Berlin unveils plan to help rid banks of toxic assets (14 de Maio)
DW

Merkel Treads Carefully with Tax Cut Pledge (14 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

More EU states heading for deficit action (13 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Pékin se fait du mouron pour le dollar (13 de Maio)
Le Monde

As job crisis looms, unions push for new social deal (13 de Maio)
DW

Brussels unfreezes €115 million of EU aid for Bulgaria (13 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

European biofuels firms scramble for 'idle' lands in poor countries (13 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Zapatero announces new spending measures (13 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Le FMI prône des "stress test" pour s'assurer de la bonne santé des banques européennes (13 de Maio)
Le Monde

Aso, Putin ink nuclear-power deal (13 de Maio)
Jun Hongo, Japan Times

French-German ‘lack of vision' has not deterred Turkey in EU bid (13 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Turkish PM visits Azerbaijan to try to cut through impasse with Armenia (13 de Maio)
DW

Commission dodges stance on Italian asylum (13 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Liberals, Greens try to woo Socialists away from EU parliament right (13 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

France defies EU parliament on internet law (13 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

La izquierda europea busca reinventarse para superar la crisis (13 de Maio)
Cristina Galindo, El Pais

European Campaign Heats up in Paris (12 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

Libya Looks at Taking Stake in Italy's Enel (12 de Maio)
Stacy Meichtry and Liam Moloney, Wall Street Journal

Somali pirates guided by London intelligence team, report says (12 de Maio)
Giles Tremlett, The Guardian

Saakashvili Talks with Opposition End in 'No Result' (12 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

Europe anticipates US involvement in UN Human Rights Council (12 de Maio)
DW

Russia waits for U.S. proposals on stored nuclear warheads – Lavrov (12 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

EU allies warn David Cameron over rightwing pact (12 de Maio)
Ian Traynor, The Guardian

EU Signs Deal at 'Silk Road' Summit (12 de Maio)
The Moscow Times

Lisbon Treaty strengthens role of religion says EU (12 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Cuba and EU have 'real dialogue' (12 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

EU citizens call for 'more Europe' at Brussels event (12 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

The Double Silence of the Pope (12 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

EU-Pakistan summit to focus on counter-terrorism (12 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Terrorism Is Not Priority for Pakistanis, Poll Finds (12 de Maio)
Salman Masood, New York Times

Germany rejects Guantanamo inmates (12 de Maio)
Zhang Xin, China Daily

A Worrying Wish List from Washington (12 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

Italy orders arrest of French al Qaeda suspects (12 de Maio)
DW

Obama threatens to limit U.S. intel with Brits (12 de Maio)
Eli Lake, Washington Times

Economy at turning point says Trichet (12 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Europe opens big election debate (11 de Maio)
BBC News

Putin Eyes Economic Ties, Nuclear Deal With Japan (11 de Maio)
Radio Free Europe

Saakashvili denies Georgia attacked Russian troops in S.Ossetia (11 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

Iceland parliament to table EU talks bill this week (11 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Ankara's closer ties with Muslim countries 'EU compatible' (11 de Maio)
Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Turkey plays politics with EU pipeline scheme (11 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman And Valentina Pop, EUObserver

Merkel in veiled attack against UK Tories ahead of elections (11 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Switzerland looks set to limit EU migrants (11 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

US-Russia Arms Control Deal First Step Towards Global Disarmament (8 de Maio)
DW

EU's upcoming president extends full support for Turkey's membership (8 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

A Divided EU Reaches Out To Former Soviet States (8 de Maio)
Heather Maher, Radio Free Europe

EU leaders soothe Russia over new eastern club (8 de Maio)
EUObserver

EU seeking energy independence from Russia (8 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Military to Showcase New Missiles at Victory Parade (8 de Maio)
Anna Malpas, Alexandra Odynova, The Moscow Times

Russia sees NATO as partner despite differences - envoy (8 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

La BCE veut débloquer le crédit aux entreprises et aux ménages (8 de Maio)
Le Monde

Iceland to table bill on EU membership talks (7 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver

Czech Vote Advances a Treaty for Europe (7 de Maio)
Dan Bilefsky, New York Times

Sarkozy the Campaigner Retakes the Stage (7 de Maio)
Stefan Simons, Der Spiegel

EU summit text loaded with eastern tension (7 de Maio)
Andrew Rettman, EUObserver

CSTO's rapid-reaction force to hold exercises in late summer (7 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

News Analysis: No Kremlin Policy Shift One Year On (7 de Maio)
Nabi Abdullaev, Nikolaus von Twickel, The Moscow Times

German Finance Minister Groups EU States with African Country (7 de Maio)
Der Spiegel

EU unemployment potentially explosive, says Juncker (5 de Maio)
Andrew Willis, EUObserver

Georgia Says 'Uprising' Under Way At Military Base (5 de Maio)
RFE

Belarus, Moldova leaders to skip EU eastern summit in Prague (5 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

U.S. Ready To Cut Missiles in Russia Deal (5 de Maio)
The Moscow Times

La base turque d'Incirlik, enjeu stratégique américain (5 de Maio)
Le Monde

AK Party mulls referendum if consensus impossible on new constitution (5 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Human rights no block to EU-Colombia talks (5 de Maio)
Leigh Phillips, EUObserver

Saakashvili to attend EU Eastern Partnership summit (4 de Maio)
RIA Novosti

EU still 'digesting' 2004 enlargement five years on (4 de Maio)
Elitsa Vucheva, EUObserver