EU leaders meet in Rome to recommit to European integration after Brexit, but Greece and Poland serve as reminders of economic and political divisions.
Sunday's general elections will be a test for the country's relations with the EU, Russia, and Turkey, as well as for the political future of former leader Borisov.
Dutch voters go to the polls on Wednesday in an EU bellwether election after Brexit and Trump.
Polish infighting seems to be taking over the EU summit's agenda, as the European Council chief is up for re-election. In the meantime, foreign ministers are expected to sign off a new military HQ in Brussels.
EU states will haggle over the reform of a carbon trade system, while MEPs vote on overhauling EU car emissions oversight.
The US vice-president becomes the first senior Trump administration official to visit EU institutions. Greece's creditors try to break deadlock in talks, and British Lords will debate Brexit.
MEPs will have a final vote on the EU-Canada trade deal, while Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau will address the European Parliament in Strasbourg this week.
Uncertainty over Trump's foreign policy will weigh on foreign ministers and MEPs' minds when they discuss the Ukraine conflict this week.
Twenty seven EU leaders, with the UK left out, will meet in Malta on Friday to discuss reforms in reaction to Brexit and Trump.
Donald Trump is inaugurated as US president, world leaders meet in Davos, Theresa May lays out her plan for Brexit and the EP elects a new president.
EU commissioners meet in Malta. Meanwhile, Cyprus talks, the European Parliament presidential race, and commissioner Oettinger's hearing are dominating the EU agenda.
This week's EU summit in Brussels will feature debates on migration, counterterrorism, defence, Syria, Russia, and the EU-Ukraine treaty.
Finance ministers will give their first reaction to the Italian referendum, while MEPs and member states try to clinch a deal on visa-free travel for Georgians and Ukrainians.
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It will be a “really busy week”, with a focus on making EU rules more fit for the digital century.
Future EU relations with Ankara and Kiev will be shaped this week as MEPs vote on Turkey's EU membership talks, and top officials discuss visa waivers and peace in Ukraine with Petro Poroshenko.
The US election, wide-ranging security concerns, and the EU budget dominate the agenda this week.
Europeans will know the next US president by Wednesday morning. The EU commission is expected to present its report on Turkish accession talks. France will commemorate last year's terror attacks.
Belgium is still scrambling for a solution which would clear the path for the EU-Canada trade deal to be signed later this week.
Migrant deals with African states, a trade deal with Canada, and big questions over Russia's role in Syria will be discussed by EU leaders gathering in Brussels.
Eurozone finance ministers are expeced to release a €2.8bn payment to Athens. Justice ministers will discuss relocation and how to make the new border guard operational.
The European Parliament will try this week to give the EU a good name, with votes and debates on issues where conventional wisdom says that citizens expect results.
EU countries will discuss a common defence policy and are expected to accelerate ratification of the Paris climate agreement. Hungarians vote in a referendum on the EU's migration policy.
First EU reaction to UK decision expected on Friday morning. Spain to hold elections on Sunday that could bring maverick left-wingers Podemos to power.
Referendum on 23 June would not immediately end Britain’s 43 year-old membership, but EU finance chiefs already wondering how to contain potential shock.
Officials already preparing for aftermath of Brexit referendum, but this week EU institutions will focus on migration as Commission unveils ideas on what to do overseas.
The European Commission could adopt a critical report on the rule law in Poland. While EU ministers will talk about urban policies, agriculture and education, MEPs will debate migration policies.
Busy week ahead in Brussels with five council meetings, a Eurogroup and the European Parliament's plenary on the agenda .
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