Hugh Lovatt - 07 April 2020
Urgent intervention can mitigate the worst effects of the pandemic. But the EU should also help Gaza escape its man-made crisis.
Zsuzsanna Végh - 02 April 2020
The Hungarian government now has a great deal of flexibility to rule as it sees fit, provided that it portrays its actions as being in the interests of crisis management.
David Marques - 02 April 2019
The EU and its member states have the chance to ramp up the defence of Uighurs at the 9 April EU-China summit in Brussels. They should seize it
Teresa Coratella - 13 July 2018
Matteo Salvini has launched the "League of Leagues" - an alliance of nationalist parties across the continent. And he brings friends.
Piotr Buras - 11 July 2018
The EU has thus far been unable to prevent democratic backsliding - what will it do in Hungary and Poland?
Tareq Baconi - 28 June 2018
The Sahel would benefit from new multilateral institutions that head off instability by addressing the problems of environmental stress in the region
Daniel Stefanov - 27 June 2018
The 22 June migration mini-summit only underlined differences of national approaches to the crisis - but it will take creative thinking to solve it
Adam Baron - 21 June 2018
As the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen fights to take control of Hudayda, the city's future remains clouded
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 21 July 2016
Turkey's counter-coup has concentrated state power in the hands of President Erdogan, thrown state services into turmoil and unsettled Turkey's allies.
Richard Gowan - 27 May 2016
This week’s World Humanitarian Summit was an opportunity to discuss how to assist the suffering, yet the entire process showed much of the humanitarian sector at its most fragmented and self-indulgent.
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