Josef Janning - 11 June 2019
With the US opting out of its traditional European role, the "German question" has returned. And European leaders will need to make sacrifices if they are to address it.
Oľga Gyárfášová - 29 May 2019
Where structural cohesion increases but individual cohesion declines, Euroscepticism can still thrive. The Visegrad countries need to invest in people's European experiences.
Susi Dennison - 29 May 2019
With two thirds of Europeans voting for a pro-European party, the big challenge now is for the political groups to move beyond their status quo ways of working
Zsuzsanna Szelényi - 23 May 2019
European politicians need to pick voters’ legitimate worries out amid the noise of populist fear-mongering. And then they need to provide leadership to address these worries.
Teresa Coratella - 23 May 2019
Russia and migration remain issues that divide the Polish and Italian governments from each other. And such disharmony could yet stymie cooperation between right-wing populists after the European Parliament poll.
Mark Leonard - 23 May 2019
Josep Borrell and José Ignacio Torreblanca - 22 May 2019
A conversation between Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell and José Ignacio Torreblanca ahead of the European elections
Gisela Hernandez & José Ignacio Torreblanca - 22 May 2019
Spaniards remain fervent believers in the European project despite the lasting effects of 2008 financial crisis.
Almut Möller - 21 May 2019
Political leaders are jostling for space in a crowded field. But German voters appear to be enjoying the show
Susi Dennison & Mark Leonard - 16 May 2019
The European Parliament elections take place next week - our latest pan-European polling reveals voters are deeply concerned about what the future holds
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