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Thursday, 12 July 2018

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[Politics] As expected, Macedonia received an official invitation to join the NATO alliance yesterday (11 July, a month after it reached an agreement with Athens on its new name.

[World] US President Donald Trump has raised the stakes for his European allies’ defence spending from 2% to 4% of GDP, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev told a small group of Bulgarian journalists at the NATO summit on Wednesday (11 July).

[Defence and security] “Europe’s security, and that of Spain, depend on security in the Sahel," said the EU Special Representative for the Sahel, Ángel Losada. EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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NATO summit continues after delirious first day [World]

Soil ‘completely underestimated’ in EU climate strategy [Energy & Environment]

Macedonia’s roadmap to NATO accession explained [Politics]

What’s in a beer? The road ahead for consumers’ right to know [Promoted content] [Nutrition and health]

EU and Azerbaijan agree ‘Partnership Priorities’ [Europe's East]

In Central Europe, activists fight for ‘just transition’ away from coal [Energy transition]

Commission rejects auditors’ call to tighten control of EU member states’ debt [Economy & Jobs]

No, EU citizens won’t be exempt from post-Brexit criminal checks [Politics]

EU relies on stability in the Sahel for its own security [Defence and security]

Energy and cyber security: The other capacity gap [Energy & Environment]

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Bulgarian President: Trump raised the target for NATO spending from 2% to 4% [World]

EU unlocks €800 million for African investment vehicle [Africa]

The Brief – Europe’s shameful anniversary [Politics]

Commission approves close surveillance of Greece after bailout [Economy & Jobs]

Greece, Russia to expel diplomats in Macedonia tussle ahead of NATO summit [Defence and security]

Polish electricity boss: Derogations needed to ‘make capacity market work’ [Energy & Environment]

‘All options’ are on the table to respond to Trump’s tariffs on black olives [Economy & Jobs]

Trump begins NATO summit with Nord Stream 2 attack [Energy & Environment]

Schneider: Commission’s proposal on Cohesion going in the wrong direction [Economy & Jobs]

Eurosceptic minister: Italy needs to be ready for ‘all eventualities’ on euro [Economy & Jobs]

Austrian far-right minister doubles down on asylum reform plans [Politics]

Equinor: Oil majors have ‘muscle’ to join renewables race [Energy & Environment]

Trump horsewhips allies as confrontational NATO summit begins [World]

Reassessing defence priorities will reinforce NATO’s core capabilities [Promoted content] [Defence and security]

German coal trounced by renewables for first time [Energy transition]

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