On the anniversary of the Vilnius Summit, it is clear that the EU had no better options than the ones it chose.
Moldova risks sliding into a period of political and social upheaval that could endanger its very existence.
On the eve of the parliamentary elections in Moldova, the country’s economic situation is relatively stable despite negative external factors.
Although the timing of the extension exposes the diplomatic process to unwanted risks, there is still hope for resolving Iran's nuclear deal.
Russia's recent announcement that it plans to build two new nuclear plants in Iran prompts concern that it is walking away from non-proliferation efforts.
One year after the start of the demonstrations, an eye witness assesses what has changed in Ukraine.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world, in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
This discussion will be looking at how the EU energy policy is supporting energy security.
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.
Europe should consider an overhaul of its Mediterranean policy
The Ukraine crisis has marked a gradual structural shift in Italian foreign policy towards Russia.
The big story these days in Spain is the unexpected – and meteoric – rise in the polls of the leftist Podemos Party.
It is hard to believe that Juncker knew nothing of the recent LuxLeaks tax scandal, but political deception is not a better alternatie.
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.
After a ruling that nullified its own parliamentary elections, Libya will need European and UN support to achieve national unity government.
Ukraine’s parliamentary elections and the polls held in the self-proclaimed eastern republics have lessened the chances for compromise.