The worst case scenario can be avoided by moving power-sharing from paper to reality.
Foreign intervention in a local fight would be the worst course anyone could take.
Bulgarians continue to like Russia but they do not believe that the country can be a model for development.
The policy of Benjamin Netanyahu is far from ensuring security for Israel.
In Putin's Russia, anyone who opposes the Kremlin is treated as a threat, while those who commit political murder and violent attacks are left alone.
The devestating bombings on Friday are just the latest sign that the country is coming apart at the seams.
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After his party’s poor showing in the departmental elections, Hollande must face up to five disturbing realities.
In the new polycentric world, global institutions must be reformed so that regional powers have a say in the system.
Europe should be financing its own public projects, not joining a venture driven by Chinese interests and standards.
Steinmeier’s review process has come up with a range of prescriptions for the German foreign ministry, and the far-reaching reform envisioned could transform German diplomacy.
With the prospect of a referendum before 2017, a British Exit from the EU led by a Europhobic elite is a real possibility – with disastrous consequences.
European member states have different degrees of exposure to disruption of supplies from Russia, which must be addressed to secure the future of the EU's Energy Union.
The EU needs a strategy which links its values and its interests.
When Israelis go to the polls on Tuesday 17 March they will do so at a critical time in Israel's relations with the Palestinians.
For the first time this century the leader of Israel’s Labour Party appears to be genuinely competing for the position of Prime Minister.