Articles on Series

Brexit's international observers: The good, the bad and the ugly (Commentary)

Mark Leonard - 21 April 2016

Why are the Brexiteers so worried about the American President’s intervention in the referendum campaign?  

A war of character (Commentary)

Volker Stanzel - 18 November 2015

In Europe's war of character against terrorism, level-headed circumspection will serve better than a rush to retaliate and demonise

If Europe were a country (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 04 September 2015

The Government would have convened Parliament to request extraordinary funds and approve emergency measures.

How Europe can deal with the asylum crisis (Commentary)

Anna TerrĂ³n - 04 September 2015

Refugee reception and protection needs a system of common governance. 

Refugees pushing Germany to take the lead again (Commentary)

Josef Janning - 03 September 2015

What stands in the way of a bigger German role in the shaping the European response is the effect of intergovernmentalism and the lack of strong ideas with the power to build a core consensus behind them.

The politics of history: how the perception of WW II shapes political debates on Eastern Europe (Commentary)

Gustav Gressel - 21 May 2015

Peace in Europe can be based only on equal rights to social, political, and economic development for all.

Poland and the Eastern Partnership: the view from Warsaw (Commentary)

Piotr Buras - 19 May 2015

Warsaw believes that the EaP has been a success, especially in view of the developments that have taken place in the southern neighbourhood.

Estonia and the Eastern Partnership: the view from Tallinn (Commentary)

Marge Mardisalu-Kahar - 19 May 2015

A lack of ambition in Eastern Partnership policy would be detrimental to the EU's as well as Estonia's interests.

The Eastern Partnership: the view from Ukraine (Commentary)

Dmytro Shulga - 19 May 2015

The overwhelming Ukrainian perception is that the level of attention and engagement from the EU is inadequate and does not meet ambitions.

The Eastern Partnership: the view from Moldova (Commentary)

Stanislav Secrieru - 19 May 2015

Democratic backsliding and weak communications undermine support for the impact European integration has had.