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.
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.
Richard Gowan - 25 July 2017
Running the United Nations is a lonely job for António Guterres - and he seems to prefer it that way.
Stefan Soesanto & Fosca D'Incau - 19 July 2017
Part of the solution is to rely on the internet’s most essential strength - its vast army of ordinary users.
Irina Angelescu - 14 July 2017
For the EU, the EPA would demonstrate its ability to deliver concrete results despite the numerous crises it faces.
Piotr Buras - 04 July 2017
While Warsaw hopes for the U.S. to support its regional ambitions, Berlin and Brussels watch carefully.
Nick Witney - 26 May 2017
It is beginning to look as though the concept of ring-fencing or reserving a portion of national budgets to be spent collaboratively might finally get airborne.
Mark Galeotti - 25 May 2017
If sanctions are considered not to be working, then the answer is not to lift them, but to strengthen them.
Sebastian Dullien - 28 April 2017
The prospect of reopening trade talks with the US puts the European Union in an invidious position.
Jeremy Shapiro - 11 April 2017
The group could not make a decision on sanctions against Russia.
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