Articles

Unhappy anniversary: Turkey’s failed coup and the S-400 (Commentary)

Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 17 July 2019

More than anything, the S-400 saga reflects the emergence of Erdogan’s “New Turkey”. This New Turkey wants to see itself as an emerging global power.

How Europe can save what’s left of the Iran nuclear deal (Commentary)

Ellie Geranmayeh - 16 July 2019

With the help of Russia and China, European leaders can prevent the total collapse of the 2015 agreement—and keep the region safe

Kosovo, the global far right, and the threat to liberalism (Commentary)

Loïc Tregoures - 11 July 2019

The history of Kosovo is a banner under which the international far right assembles. Western politicians would do well to understand its dangers.

The EU must defend its rule-of-law revolution (Commentary)

Piotr Buras - 11 July 2019

A recent EU court ruling has sent a chill down the spines of populist governments determined to undermine judicial independence. The new Commission must defend this crucial victory.

Europe’s emigration paradox (Commentary)

Pawel Zerka - 09 July 2019

Emigration is as much a worry for some European citizens as immigration, if not more so. What should the EU and member states do about this?

Europe in no man’s land (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 05 July 2019

To remain relevant in the twenty-first century Europe needs to revamp its toolbox by integrating its capabilities.

Time for deputy prime ministers for European affairs (Commentary)

Caroline de Gruyter - 05 July 2019

Member states are seizing power back from Brussels – but instead they should be engaging ever more deeply

Spitzenkandidaten poker (Commentary)

Josef Janning - 03 July 2019

For most voters, the battle over people and positions would be revealing if only it wasn’t so confusing. It is misleading to frame the nomination process as an example of backroom politics prevailing over parliamentary democracy.

Too normal? Georgia, democracy, and the ‘Gavrilov crisis’ (Commentary)

Tornike Sharashenidze - 02 July 2019

The sight of a Russian Communist presiding in their parliament has shocked Georgians into demanding greater democracy and circumspection towards Moscow.

The case for a sovereign Europe (Commentary)

Mark Leonard & Jeremy Shapiro - 01 July 2019

The EU's lack of sovereignty is becoming a threat. Against the Trump administration and in the face of emerging economic and technological markets, the EU risks lagging behind.