Teri Schultz

Teri Schultz appears in the following:

E.U. parliamentarians on the Kremlin's payroll? Investigators say that's a reality

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Members of the European Parliament have adopted a bill to fight Russian disinformation and election hacking.


After a decade of wrangling the EU has a new set of rules on migration and asylum

Thursday, April 11, 2024

The European Parliament has passed a new package of laws that could fundamentally change the European Union's migration and asylum policies.


NATO celebrates 75 years with a new sense of purpose and an old threat

Thursday, April 04, 2024

Foreign Ministers from 30 members countries gather in Belgium to celebrate the founding of the world's most successful military alliance, and discuss ways to keep helping Ukraine.


NATO is marking 75 years since its founding after the end of World War Two

Thursday, April 04, 2024

The alliance has grown from just a dozen members in 1949 to the current 32 — including Sweden, which is attending its first meeting as a full member Thursday morning.


Farmers encircle EU headquarters in tractors to protest agricultural policies

Saturday, March 30, 2024

European farmers have staged several protests against agricultural policies recently, the most recent one in Brussels featuring fireworks and liquid manure.


NATO Sec. Gen. Stoltenberg talks about Sweden and withstanding Russian pressure

Thursday, March 14, 2024

In an NPR interview, NATO Secretary Gen. Jens Stoltenberg says with the addition of Sweden to the alliance, it's better equipped than ever to withstand Russian pressure — despite new Kremlin threats.


Sweden becomes the 32nd country to join the NATO alliance

Monday, March 11, 2024

For decades the majority of Swedish citizens opposed being part of the military alliance, but Russia's war on Ukraine changed everything.


As Munich Security Conference concludes, does Europe feel like it can depend on U.S.?

Monday, February 19, 2024

Discussion at this year's Munich Security Conference focused on European fears the U.S. will abandon its 75-year role as guarantor of Europe's security, following Donald Trump's criticism of NATO.


After Trump's remarks, NATO tries to prepare for a future without the U.S.

Saturday, February 17, 2024

The NATO military alliance is trying to imagine a future without the U.S., after Donald Trump's remarks disparaging the organization.


The war in Ukraine is the top issue for the NATO defense ministers' meeting

Thursday, February 15, 2024

NATO defense ministers meet in Brussels for the first time since former President Donald Trump's incendiary remarks about the alliance.


As NATO summit prepares to convene, Turkey continues to block Sweden's membership

Monday, July 10, 2023

A retired Turkish ambassador to Sweden says no one can predict whether President Erdogan will let Sweden become a member. Twenty-nine of the 31 NATO governments say it should already have happened.


4 people are charged with corruption in a bribery inquiry linked to Qatar

Monday, December 12, 2022

A high-ranking European Union lawmaker is one of several people snared in a corruption probe by Belgian officials for allegedly taking bribes from a Gulf state.


NATO wants proof after Russia says it's pulling back troops from Ukraine's borders

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Russia claims it is withdrawing some troops near Ukraine's borders, but President Biden warns an invasion is "distinctly possible." NATO defense ministers are gathering to figure out next steps.


This Tourist Trap Is Sending Unwitting Iraqis To Detention Centers In The EU

Sunday, August 29, 2021

Latvia and Lithuania are struggling to deal with thousands of Iraqis entering illegally from Belarus with the help of the Minsk government. Belarus sees this as revenge for EU sanctions.


An Ex-Senior Afghan Official Is Hiding From The Taliban, And Growing Angry At America

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

"I am not safe," a former high-ranking Afghan official texts from a hidden location, saying the Taliban have sent killers after them.


EU Opens The Door To American Travelers. But Be Sure To Read The Fine Print

Friday, June 18, 2021

The European Union has recommended that Americans be allowed to travel freely throughout the bloc. But each member country sets its own rules for entry.


NATO Waits On U.S. To Review Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

NATO governments wait on the Biden administration to decide whether to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan — based in part on whether the Taliban are fulfilling obligations in a 2020 peace deal.


Belgium's Health Minister Calls COVID-19 Surge 'Most Dangerous In Europe'

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Bracing for a possible "tsunami" of new COVID-19 cases, the country's health minister is warning of a dire situation as coronavirus cases rise more than 200% in the past two weeks.


Ireland Finds U.S. Tourists During Pandemic May Be Trouble. But So Is Their Absence

Friday, August 07, 2020

There's a perception that Americans are resistant to wearing masks and are refusing to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. Still, one hotel workers says, "We are missing the Americans greatly."


Americans Can Travel To Ireland, But Locals May Not Want Them

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

Americans can now travel to Ireland, although they have to quarantine when they arrive – and while many Irish people say they miss the Americans, they'd prefer they stay at home.