Ten years ago, the consensus was that the Cold War was ancient history, but recent events in the Ukraine make clear that it is not as distant of a memory as it once seemed.
The Ukraine crisis has marked a gradual structural shift in Italian foreign policy towards Russia.
It is hard to believe that Juncker knew nothing of the recent LuxLeaks tax scandal, but the option of political negligence is not much better.
This is a new platform for experts and analysts on Russia, Ukraine and Eastern Partnership countries to discuss political and economic developments and contribute to recommendations on EU strategy.
While the new potential role of Russia boosts the chances of a final nuclear deal with Iran, gaps over sanctions relief continue to place doubts over whether this month's deadline can be met.
In the face of the deaths of thousands of migrants, the response of EU states has been chaotic and disjointed at best.
Observers will be watching to see how the new coalition government in Sofia handles the controversial South Stream gas pipeline project.
Continuous military confrontation in Eastern Ukraine has grave implications for Europe as well as for Ukraine.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany needs to think about its way of exercising power within the EU – and what it hopes to achieve.
Seventy years after the dissolution of the national assembly and in spite of one decade of recovery, France appears to be again in a depressive spiral that nothing seems to stop.
A collection of 14 articles exploring the regional dimensions of the Islamic State crisis.
Countries bordering Syria, such as Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, welcomed the Berlin Conference on the refugee situation in Syria and supporting stability in the region on 28 October.
Influential voices are pushing for the Finlandisation of Ukraine, but this proposal ignores both the actual experience of Finland with the Soviet Union and the real causes of the present crisis with the Kremlin.
While the UK used to be on the forefront of human rights, David Cameron's party is poised to change this dramatically with talks of withdrawing from the European Convention on Human Rights.
An open letter urging the EU 3+3 countries and Iran to reach a final nuclear deal by 24 November.