François Godement - 20 July 2018
The last ten days have been big for the EU and its partners in Asia, namely China and Japan. With EU-China and EU-Japan summits resulting in historic agreements, the EU is slowly strengthening its relationships with allies to the east.
Clara Portela - 19 July 2018
Sergei Magnitsky's death inspired the US to enact a law blacklisting individuals and seizing their assets. The EU is jumping on the bandwagon.
Kadri Liik - 17 July 2018
Was Helsinki really a big win for Russia? And defeat for Europe?
Ellie Geranmayeh - 16 July 2018
This July marks the third anniversary of the JCPOA, but it may also be its last. Europe must now redouble its efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal.
Carl Bildt - 11 July 2018
In a Trump-Putin meeting, who gets the show, and who gets the substance?
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
François Godement - 06 July 2018
Donald Trump’s attack on the international trading system is changing the EU's relationship with China
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 - 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.
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