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.
Josef Janning - 12 January 2018
Postwar German foreign policy is based on cooperation, rules and trust, not power, interest and threat. But with crises from Iran to North Korea likely to be play out the old-fashioned way, that approach looks naive.
François Godement - 12 January 2018
In different ways, Macron and Xi exemplify the rise of individual authority and personal aura over party politics.
Vessela Tcherneva - 09 January 2018
Bulgarian politicians and officials will have to challenge the stereotypes about Bulgaria during their six month presidency and learn to strike coalitions in the EU.
Piotr Buras - 22 December 2017
This will be a gloomy Christmas for all those who care about liberal and European values in Poland.
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