Jeremy Shapiro - 09 July 2018
Europeans spending more on defence will not satisfy Donald Trump. Here’s why
Joanna Hosa & Jeremy Shapiro & Vessela Tcherneva & Nick Witney - 06 July 2018
Our experts pick out four main topics to pay attention to ahead of the NATO Summit in Brussels
Vessela Tcherneva - 04 July 2018
A divided EU - with an unstable Germany, a UK on its way out and renegade central eastern member states - is only of interest to the US as an ally in competition with Russia and China
Almut Möller - 29 June 2018
Take a look at the German party system – including the AfD’s role as largest opposition party – to understand the faultlines running under the chatter about Merkel.
Andrew Lebovich - 28 June 2018
On June 13 Malian soldiers and security forces were responsible for killing more than 30 civilians throughout the country - the government and international forces have been unable to reverse the trend
Nick Witney - 25 June 2018
EU members may not feel they can trust the Brits on defence. But the UK’s past reliability on this front suggests they should
Josef Janning - 20 June 2018
Angela Merkel is in a race against time to fulfil a pledge for a new Europe-wide migration policy if she is to keep her conservative coalition together
Almut Möller - 15 June 2018
European politicians have made an abundance of normative speeches on Europe, but few on the politics of cooperation. German leaders’ recent interventions hint at a turning point in this trend.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 07 June 2018
German politicians struggle to endorse Emmanuel Macron’s proposal for a “European Intervention Initiative” not least because the term intervention sounds misleading in German.
Josef Janning - 07 June 2018
Angela Merkel finally responds to Emmanuel Macron’s Europe reform plans – but through the pages of a newspaper, and in only the most guarded of terms.
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