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Stephen Fidler
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Brussels Editor for The Wall Street Journal
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    Brussels Editor, 2009 - present
  • Financial Times
    1987 - 2009
  • Reuters
    1978 - 1987
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My column this week on Europe's strategy to repel the U.S. tech giants. Bottom line is: Don't try to replicate Internet giants like Google, but create the conditions so that existing industries can build and own their own digital platforms.
Policy makers worry Europe’s job generators are at the mercy of U.S. digital companies
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My column this week about the stories Germans and Greeks tell themselves and how they make it harder for them to come together.
One reason behind the bitter turn in Greek talks is how the two countries view themselves
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My column this week...
As brinkmanship over Greece’s bailout program intensifies, Europe is debating the potential financial and strategic consequences of a Greek exit.
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What people are talking about these days in Brussels: How Germany has cemented its grip on the European Union and dominates the policy agenda like never before. My column today.
Germany has locked up key positions at EU institutions, prompting some to say it is extending its sway over policy.
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My column with Valentina Pop today on a possible solution to the British question being discussed in Brussels, given that a major treaty change is impossible by the end of 2017.
David Cameron isn’t going to get an EU treaty change; the best he can hope for is a promise to include some changes the next time a treaty change takes place, the so-called Danish option.
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Here's my column this week. (It's not an argument about what Greece should do, by the way.)
The signs for Greece’s creditors aren’t propitious
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The posts that brought most people to our Brussels blog during 2014, and other stories of ours we wanted to draw your attention to.
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Disagreements among eurozone members over how to return the economy to strong growth are constraining actions to help it finally turn the corner.
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