Richard Gowan & Manuel Lafont Rapnouil - 28 June 2016
Even if the UK is a diminished power after Brexit international partners will still need its cooperation in the UN and NATO.
Jeremy Shapiro - 30 May 2016
The battle to retake the Iraqi city of Fallujah has begun: 20,000 Iraqi soldiers, backed by US air power and advisers, are attempting to expel some 800 to 1,000 ISIS fighters.
Jeremy Shapiro and Richard Sokolsky - 28 April 2016
The US remains stuck in a Cold War mindset of keeping allies happy, rather than ensuring that they support US interests
Josef Janning - 28 April 2016
If Obama’s visit to the United Kingdom and Germany confirmed anything, it was the extent to which America’s political elites worry about the strength and unity of Europe.
Jeremy Shapiro - 28 March 2016
It is this terrifying symbiosis between the terrorists in the Middle East and the populist politicians in the West that is the real threat.
Jeremy Shapiro - 16 March 2016
The lesson is that even a president who has shown extraordinary awareness that the "Washington playbook" frequently dictates unwise military interventions often feels forced to compromise his policy.
Jeremy Shapiro - 03 March 2016
Justice is not the same as peace. In Syria, we have to choose.
Jeremy Shapiro - 18 February 2016
Why a presidential victory for Donald Trump might leave Europe having to fend for itself
François Godement - 10 June 2014
The BNP Paribas case shows that the United States is happy to risk plunging the European banking system into chaos. Europe should take note.
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