2014-02-11The on-and-off Cyprus reunification talks may be revived soon, according to statements from Greek and Turkish Cypriot officials.
2014-02-03Opinions are divided on how Serbia's early parliamentary elections will affect the country's EU accession pace, implementation of reforms and negotiations with Kosovo.
2013-07-02Croatia celebrates EU membership, bringing a two-decade process to a successful end.
2013-06-27Wiretapping charges against a former interior minister and on-going social and political unrest could lead to a negative EU assessment about the rule of law, fight against corruption and organised crime in the country.
2013-06-26The prime minister in Chisinau pledges to keep the country on the EU course.
2013-03-12EU officials are urging Pristina to boost reform progress in order to establish a stabilisation and accession agreement with the Union.
2013-02-12A call from EC chief Jose Manuel Barroso to defend justice from media influence has resulted in divided reactions.
2012-12-07The presence of two high-ranking dignitaries outlines the country's European perspective, analysts and officials say.
2012-12-03Moldova seeks Romania's expertise in efforts to join the EU.
2012-10-30A proposal for the imposition of a 40 percent quota for women on the boards of publicly-listed companies in the EU by 2020 was put on hold.
2012-10-15While European officials are proud of the Nobel Committee's decision on Friday to award this year's Nobel Peace Prize to the EU, the award drew criticism from some.
2012-09-21The pro-European administration in Chisinau resists efforts by the Communist Party to call for a plebiscite on joining Moscow-sponsored Euro-Asian Union.
2012-09-13Germany's Constitutional Court gave the green light on Wednesday for the country to ratify the European Stability Mechanism, a key tool for solving the eurozone crisis.
2012-09-05Farmers in BiH want action from the government. In other business news: the EBRD will loan Serbia money to support economic recovery and Wizz Air plans to open a new operations base in Skopje.
2012-07-23Bulgaria and Romania have made progress in the areas of judicial reform and the fight against corruption over the past five years, but need to do more, the European Commission said.
2012-06-27Ways to resolve the eurozone crisis will dominate discussions again at the EU leaders' regular two-day summit, opening in Brussels on Thursday.
2012-06-19Analysts give Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic high marks after his first official trip to Brussels.
2012-06-05There was no genocide in Srebrenica, Serbia President Tolmislav Nikolic says, and he will not attend the annual commemoration for the victims.
2012-03-12The EU will launch high-level dialogue to help Macedonia keep the pace of institutional reforms and enable it to remain on the EU integration path, in spite of Greece's objections.
2012-03-02EU leaders granted Serbia candidate status Thursday after the decision was postponed in December due to tensions in Kosovo.
Child beggars on the streets are a global phenomenon, but experts and NGOs in Southeast Europe are urging governments to take action.