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State of the Union brings you up to date with the most important european affairs, politics, economic, financial and corporate events of the week.
A look back at Europe's week with our team in Brussels.
A look back at the key issues taking centre stage in Brussels this week.
In this edition we look at how relations between Brussels and Budapest soured over democratic values, and also at how the cultural sector can be revived post-pandemic.
Sanctions against Belarusian strongman, Alexander Lukashenko, failed to materialise this week, as the EU launched its much anticipated and revamped migration pact.
This week Brexit talks took a new direction after the UK's admission it would break international law. We also take a look Europe's lopsided economic recovery.
Our bureau in Brussels takes a look at some of the key stories in Europe this week.
It was a less than relaxing summer with tensions simmering in the Eastern Mediterranean, and protests in Belarus, now EU politics must face tough talks over the EU's recovery budget, Brexit and spikes in COVID-19 infections.
In this special summer edition, we look at what will keep Europe's decision-makers busy over Summer and what the main priorities will be for the EU come Autumn.
This week we look back at the marathon talks between EU leaders and the potential impact on relations between member states.
What are the key issues concerning the bloc that made headlines this week?
Here are a couple of stories making waves in Brussels this week.
What are the key talking points across Europe this week?
A look at the key issues exercising minds in Brussels this week.
This week saw Europeans take to the streets to honour the memory of George Floyd and call out systemic racism. At the political level, the German government has been shifting its economic focus.
Paris and Berlin teamed up to present their post-pandemic financial recovery plans for Europe, but not everyone was cheering Macron and Merkel.
Our Brussels bureau looks back at this week's key stories.
This week the EU was busy raising pledges for vaccine research and being blunt about the bloc's economic outlook.
This week we take a look at how trade unionists see Europe's record on fighting the economic fallout of coronavirus,