Josef Janning (editor)
This volume reflects the diversity of European cohesion. It provides the national context and personal assessments from 28 EU member states.
The ink is barely dry on a new joint statement on Libya. But already the roadmap is under threat from developments on the ground.
The roadmap agreed at Bratislava bears the hallmarks of Angela Merkel's pragmatic approach to consensus-building.
High-level officials and analysts discuss the challenges facing Tunisia's transition, and the development of the political process in Libya.
If true, this would be a serious shift in policy, reflecting a dawning awareness on Putin’s part that his old strategies for governing Russia are looking increasingly ineffective.
There are still, for now, some very serious European contenders with real chances of success.
Mark Leonard and Richard Gowan discuss the candidates, and the factors that will decide the race.
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world.
23 September 2016
Almut Möller's commentary for Deutschlandradio Kultur on what to expect from the Brexit negotiation.
23 September 2016
Manuel Lafont Rapnouil on people being afraid of the consequences of TTIP.
23 September 2016
Manuel Lafont Rapnouil on France calling for a halt on TTIP talks.
22 September 2016
Richard Gowan on Antonio Guterres' chances of becoming the next UN Secretary-General.
Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte’s call for US troops and advisors to leave the Philippines, shortly after issuing an expletive ridden description of President Barack Obama, needs to be taken seriously.
A complex and explosive mixture of misunderstandings, bad blood and unrecognised but shared interests has brought EU-Turkey relationship to a critical juncture.
As much as Berlin would like to prevent negotiations with the UK turning sour, it is hard to envisage any other outcome.
Mark Leonard speaks with Angela Stanzel, Francois Godement and Susi Dennison, about what the British exit from the EU will mean for China and Asia, and how the East can gain from the new landscape.
There are plenty of ways Europe can improve defence co-ordination – if its leaders truly want to move down this path. The determining factor will be political will in national capitals.
Douglas Carswell, UKIP MP for Clacton, discusses how Europe's foreign policy is being affected by insurgent parties.
Leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson MSP, spells out her alternative plan for Scotland in the wake of the Brexit vote.
This special issue of China Analysis looks at the first comments published in China in the wake of the Brexit shock.
Simple, practical solutions for the migration problem exist. Europe just needs organisation.
A likely ‘no’ vote in Hungary’s legally questionable referendum will provide ammunition for Orbán’s battle with Brussels.
Europe needs to deliver on its strengths rather than on some people’s dreams. And it must stick to its principles in its negotiations with London while also delivering a new deal with the UK that will be palatable to European business interests.
Experts discuss political debates in France and Germany.
Putin has sought to improve the apparent transparency of the electoral process while simultaneously strengthening the chance of a United Russia win. But pulling the election date forward delivers a short term benefit at the expense of longer term risk.
Theresa May seems to be looking for a compromise around freedom of movement in order to retain access to the Single Market.
Decentralisation offers one of the few ways to hold the country together, albeit in a looser form.