Mark Leonard & Jeremy Shapiro - 13 January 2017
Here are our ten trends (plus one bonus) that will define European foreign policy in 2017
François Godement - 31 January 2017
A multilateral order with China and without America is simply impossible.
Mattia Toaldo - 24 January 2017
The Maltese plan is less about managing migration and more about reducing the numbers arriving in Europe at any cost.
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 15 February 2017
In focusing exclusively on Western crimes, parts of the European Left are letting Putin and Assad off the hook for Syria and Ukraine.
Sebastian Dullien & Jeremy Shapiro - 16 January 2017
It is time to recognize that the integrity of information is part of the critical infrastructure of liberal democracy.
Piotr Buras - 09 February 2017
Angela Merkel’s visit to Warsaw is the most important meeting of German and Polish leaders since 1989.
Andrew Wilson - 18 January 2017
Ukraine's prospects are under threat from developments on both sides of the Atlantic.
Mark Galeotti - 17 January 2017
The long-distance bromance may founder when its principals actually get to meet.
Andrew Wilson - 14 February 2017
The traditional paradigm for Russia-Belarus relations has broken down.
Mark Leonard - 03 January 2017
With both sides ignoring the decline of the liberal world order, the Brexit process is set to result in tragedy for both the UK and EU.
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 27 January 2017
The Astana process may represent a moment of new Russian seriousness.
Fredrik Wesslau - 19 October 2016
The upsurge of populism in Europe has provided Russia with an ample supply of sympathetic political parties across the continent.
Mark Galeotti - 27 December 2016
Mark Galeotti's op-ed on how Russia aims to divide, distract, dismay and dominate neighbours with 'heavy metal diplomacy'.
Gustav Gressel - 02 February 2017
Russian advance and US withdrawal could see Ukraine ever more dependent on continued German support.
Josef Janning - 03 March 2017
What future for Europe does Jean Claude Juncker want?