Piotr Buras - 15 February 2018
A Visegrad alliance remains distant for now, but EU must address rising resentment about economic liberalisation in central and eastern Europe.
Mark Leonard & Norbert Röttgen - 14 February 2018
It is time to move past institutional integration and develop practical European security capabilities.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 07 February 2018
The grand coalition treaty is strongly pro-European in tone, but the devil is in the details – and it could yet be rejected by SPD members.
Nick Witney - 01 February 2018
Pawel Zerka - 31 January 2018
Europe’s decision on whether or not to declare Poland in breach with European rule of law standards comes down to a choice between principles and pragmatism.
Jeremy Shapiro - 25 January 2018
In this week’s episode, Trump takes his “America First” crusade into the very den of globalism: The World Economic Forum in Davos.
Mark Galeotti - 22 January 2018
Russia is being weaponised to justify big-ticket buys for the UK military, yet there’s little talk of what Moscow thinks matters.
Mark Leonard - 22 January 2018
The next German government must lead the way in forging European consensus on migration, foreign policy, and a common system of values. This means it will have to think bigger than ever before.
Gustav Gressel - 19 January 2018
The proposal of new, low-yield warheads seeks to convince adversaries that there is no step in the escalation ladder that the US would not be able to answer reciprocally.
Josef Janning - 17 January 2018
The days of a towering role for Germany in Europe seem behind us.
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