Asli Aydıntaşbaş & François Godement & Kadri Liik & Jeremy Shapiro - 25 May 2018
The four power audits show that Europeans, particularly when working together, retain the capacity to cooperate and compete effectively with all these powers. But they also show that, in each case, Europe is failing to do so.
Vessela Tcherneva - 18 May 2018
The West is more and more divided and global strategic interests are diverging. The impact of the US President on views and transatlantic trust is significant.
Richard Gowan - 23 March 2018
Brutal transactional talks is the only language the new National Security Advisor understands.
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.
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