Secularism is the only weapon – against the Taliban, and against the seeds of hatred being planted in Europe right now.
The EU’s austerity policies have led to a fragmentation of its power, encouraging the rise of populist parties.
Last night's victory for Syriza shows that it is possible for a party system in Southern Europe to collapse as a result of a grave mismanagement of the crisis.
British-German relations, while shaped by a mutual sense of respect, are almost at a loss on a common agenda.
A series of 15 essays explore the regional dimensions of the ISIS crisis.
Europe needs to work towards new rules for digital surveillance .
Our experts and eminent guests talk about Europe’s role in the world, in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian
Kundnani and Giddens will discuss German power and its implications for the future of the European Union.
As the Houthi rebels take control and Yemen's political cabinet resigns, the conflict-wrecked nation is facing its biggest crisis in over 50 years.
Regardless of the electoral outcome in Greece on Monday, life (and democracy) will remain a set of imperfect decisions made with insufficient information.
Turkey appears to have overlooked the anger bubbling among its own Kurds towards its Syria policy.
The mixture of economic weakness and political confusion present in today’s Central Europe is a potential threat to European cohesion vis-a-vis Russia.
A stagnating Western Balkan economy (and a weaker EU) has made Bulgaria the battleground of Russia's energy projects and Western pushback.
The EU is at risk of fundamentally misunderstanding Russia’s motivations in its foreign policy, which could spell real danger.
Russia’s official reaction to the French tragedy was little more than diplomatic correctness.
In the face of a common enemy in IS, public demand for Kurdish unity across borders is growing.
Using international stabilization forces to restore order in Libya, Syria or Nigeria, let alone two or more at once, in 2015 will prove to be a daunting task.