Hugh Lovatt - 12 December 2017
Trump’s Jerusalem announcement and Netanyahu’s visit have placed unprecedented strain on Europe’s Israel-Palestine policy. But perhaps that’s a good thing.
Veton Latifi and Kalypso Nicolaidis - 12 December 2017
Greece and Macedonia need to distinguish between issues where they can agree to disagree and those where they need to agree.
Jeremy Shapiro - 11 December 2017
Rex Tillerson received a frosty welcome in Europe last week. But the old continent has not yet formulated a practical response to Trump’s foreign policy.
Conor Quinn - 11 December 2017
The UK government was deluded when it thought reaching a deal would be easy. It is deluded now in underestimating the concession it has made.
Pawel Zerka - 11 December 2017
It will take more than superficial changes to alter the course of Poland’s relationship with Europe.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 07 December 2017
A new poll shows that the German public is increasingly concerned with security, but is dismissive of its American security guarantor and unwilling to pay more to help Europe replace it.
Andrew Hammond - 06 December 2017
Theresa May has to satisfy interests in Dublin, Belfast and Brussels on Northern Ireland’s future status if Brexit talks are to progress this year.
Adam Baron - 05 December 2017
The former president’s death makes diplomatic engagement all the more difficult, but also underlines the folly of leaving Yemen on the backburner.
Andrew Lebovich - 05 December 2017
A shocking report on the apparent slave trade in migrants trapped in Libya has focused European attention on combatting smugglers. But ‘cracking down’ on migrant networks is not the answer.
Mark Leonard - 05 December 2017
The biggest threat to the European project is not the "illiberal" saboteurs on the periphery of the EU, but the deep divide within member states, including bastions of liberalism such as France and Germany.
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