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.

The US and Europe Put Pressure on Russia

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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.

Slow Growth in Europe Triggers Fears of Euro Break-up

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…

EU Leaders Meet Again on Debt Crisis

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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