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OSLO, Norway (AP) — European leaders are in Norway to collect the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, awarded to the European Union for fostering peace on a continent ravaged by war.
LONDON (AP) — Another month, another record unemployment rate for the economy of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro.
President Barack Obama should work with the EU to create a transatlantic market that will strengthen the U.S. relationship with Europe.
BRUSSELS (AP) — European finance ministers inched toward strengthening their banking sectors and the management of their economies at a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, but put off decisions on comprehensive solutions to the region's financial crisis.
BERLIN (AP) — Greece's international creditors are proposing granting the country two more years to meet its debt reduction targets as the country enters its sixth consecutive year of recession, according to a draft document obtained by The Associated Press Monday.
President Barack Obama needs to approach foreign policy in his second term by focusing on several domestic issues that have global impact.
BEIJING (AP) — China has filed a World Trade Organization case challenging subsidies provided by some European Union members to promote the solar panel industry, adding to a flurry of trade disputes that Beijing is locked in with Europe and the United States.
When Mitt Romney becomes president of the United States, there are several things he needs to do with regards to foreign policy.
The European Union faces many challenges, but it must maintain its status in the world and prevent itself from embarking in a comfortable decline.
It is important to be able to see how and where governments and nonprofits spend their international development funds.