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EU Underwhelmed by U.K.’s Brexit Offer for EU Nationals

"It was not a breakthrough," said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Two Japanese Banks Bail on London Ahead of Brexit

The exodus from the City is starting to look like a stampede.

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The EU Is Alive and Well, But the Referendums Are Coming

After the shock of Brexit, the French election has stabilized the patient in Brussels. But most countries still want a say on membership.

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Britain Starts Brexit Talks With a Whimper, Not a Bang

The contentious first day of talks ended with London conceding on what it promised would be the “row of the summer.”

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French Elections, Brexit Negotiations, Ukrainian Pride: The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead

What you might have missed in the past few days, and what to watch in the days to come.

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En Marche Moves Forward, Trump Goes Back to Cuba: The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead

What you might have missed in the days behind, and what to watch in the days to come.

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Will Theresa May’s Coalition Bring New Troubles to Northern Ireland?

Hard-line unionist politics and a resurgent Sinn Fein are butting heads in Belfast. But with the DUP as kingmaker in Westminster, things could get really ugly.

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