Josep Borrell
Iran nuclear deal Rift emerges between the US and EU over fate of Iran nuclear deal?

On the same day when EU officials insisted on the deal’s revival, Brett McGurk, US President Joe Biden’s aide on the Middle East, said that the revival is “highly unlikely” and hinted at more sanctions against Iran 

US-Russia relations Lavrov is on Blinken’s list of people to call

The war has spun out of US algorithm with Russia unlikely to be deterred now, as it is already past the mid-stream. The specter of the collapse of EU economies is rattling the Biden administration

Iran nuclear deal Ukraine sparks EU, US rush to Iran deal

There is a palpable sense of urgency in Washington to clinch a deal in Vienna, as the advanced centrifuges in the Iranian nuclear installations are narrowing the so-called breakout time by the day

EU imposes further sanctions on Venezuela as Maduro visits UN Human Rights Council

Caracas has also denounced violations of the Vienna Convention after its embassy in Peru was attacked.

EU calls for ceasefire in Libya EU calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya and an end to all foreign intervention  

The statement comes even as the warring factions in the country are backed by various EU members and are supplied arms by them. The conflict in Libya has escalated over the past few weeks