Jana Puglierin - 24 March 2020
German decision-makers must now bear in mind not only their country’s well-being but also that of the entire EU.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 23 March 2020
The EU got it wrong in the financial crisis – and paid a heavy price. But this time could be different.
Ivan Krastev - 18 March 2020
The Covid-19 crisis will dramatically reshape the EU’s response to all other crises it has faced in the last decade.
Andrés Ortega - 18 March 2020
Covid-19 comes at a time when the world’s governments have fewer tools for fighting against its effects than they once did.
Pawel Zerka - 17 March 2020
The advent of coronavirus has set off a battle of narratives about the role of the EU. The winner will define Europe’s future.
Arturo Varvelli - 11 March 2020
As the problems created by the coronavirus quickly escalate, the political credibility of many governments is being tested.
René Wildangel - 05 March 2020
Despite its preoccupation with borders, the worldview of the AfD makes no distinction between foreign and domestic policy – and the party is using both to extend its deleterious influence.
Pawel Zerka - 05 March 2020
Sooner or later, the coronavirus will be gone. In the meantime, it will test Europe’s resilience against not just epidemics but misinformation and scapegoating.
Andrés Ortega - 25 February 2020
The EU is proposing a process of digital decolonisation, aiming to reduce its dependency on US and Chinese firms.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 25 February 2020
This year’s Munich Security Conference showed once again that just two players will fight the global battle over tech. And guess who’s missing.
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