Pawel Zerka - 15 September 2020
It would be premature to conclude that the frugal four are, or will remain, happy about the EU’s budgetary deal.
Rafael Loss - 11 September 2020
It is in the British prime minister’s interests to carry on a ‘war with Brussels’, no matter how tired EU leaders already are of the issue.
Catharina Sørensen - 07 September 2020
Brexit has denied Denmark a regular ally in EU negotiations. Copenhagen can find new friends – but it should start the hard yards now.
Hanna Ojanen - 04 September 2020
Recent signs that Finland has joined the “frugal four” are overstated, but one member of the group may well be its closest coalition partner.
Rafael Loss - 17 August 2020
Member states that dug their heels in during the EU recovery negotiations should now form a new climate coalition to achieve more than the July deal.
Pawel Zerka - 14 August 2020
Poland was once the leading voice of the EU’s east. But smaller countries such as Lithuania have overtaken it in responding to the situation in Belarus.
Nick Witney - 11 August 2020
The UK wants to “take back control” of its borders – but is now finding out the reality of what this means.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 10 August 2020
It is ill-advised for Germany to be complacent on common European defence – especially at a moment when the country holds the presidency of the Council of the EU.
Jana Puglierin & Ulrike Esther Franke - 03 August 2020
Just as they have on the economic recovery, Berlin and Paris must overcome their differences and present a courageous plan to create a Europe that takes decisive geopolitical action.
Caroline de Gruyter - 03 August 2020
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is stuck between European partners urging him to engage in Europe at this critical moment and a growing chorus at home threatening to punish him if he does so.
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