Stephen Fidler

Wall Street Journal

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Brussels Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal; former Defense and Security Editor for the Financial Times in London

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Today, Barack Obama made his first visit as President to Brussels, headquarters of both the European Union and the NATO alliance.

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European leaders continue to disagree on a way out of their debt crisis, and that's wreaking havoc on the Eurozone. It appears that things may get worse before they get better.

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European heads of state are meeting again in Brussels to accomplish a "closer union" by coordinating budget policies and amassing a debt fund and deal with the ongoing crisis in…

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European heads of state are meeting again in Brussels to accomplish a "closer union" by coordinating budget policies and amassing a debt fund and deal with the ongoing crisis in…

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