The conflict in Eastern Ukraine continues to burn. What options are open to Kyiv, Moscow and the EU now?
Digital vulnerability is a great concern for governments and companies
It is time to initiate a common European cathartic proces
Economic tools in Asia are increasingly being used for strategic purposes, as the "two Asias" – military and economic – come closer together.
Hollande and Merkel have become a formidable team as Europe’s leaders – but how long will it last?
Ayatollah Khamenei and Presidents Barack Obama and Hassan Rouhani are not worlds apart in their thinking.
The crisis in Ukraine tested relations between Poland and Germany – but how serious are the divisions?
Essay collection on China's rise and Asia's response
A panel of experts give us their opinion on what is the best driver for political change
Europe’s new Energy Union aims at securing European energy supply – but, if not from Russia, where will Europe obtain its gas?
The EU must not confuse the subjects of counter-terrorism and migration.
Should the sanctions on Russia be renewed? We asked experts from our national offices to explain the factors behind this debate. Read the latest entry, "View from Athens: Walking the line between Europe and Russia".
Conservatives say Germany should pursue Bismarck’s policy of placating Russia, but a Bismarck of today would have a wholly different strategy.
The worst case scenario can be avoided by moving power-sharing from paper to reality.
Russia's artistic and cultural sphere is coming under attack, as the government tries to use the arts to ensure loyalty to the regime.