David Koranyi & Chris Maroshegyi - 19 April 2018
The Damocles sword of Article 7 action has shown some success in tempering the Polish government’s illiberal impulses. The EU should now consider dangling it over Hungary too
Javi López - 29 March 2018
The success of the new EU strategy for Iraq will require a continuous and coordinated support with a long-term view that goes beyond the incidental military victories
Caroline de Gruyter - 28 March 2018
The political ballgame in Europe will change profoundly after Brexit. A clear realignment is already apparent as the dynamics between smaller member states, in particular, begins to shift.
Prof.dr Tanja Miscevic - 14 March 2018
The EU has taken steps to protect itself from the risks of expansion, but must not lose sight of the value that countries like Serbia can add to the European project.
Carl Bildt - 15 February 2018
Three sets of challenges will have to be overcome if any of the candidate countries are to become EU members in 2025.
Robert Cooper - 15 February 2018
The 10th anniversary of independence is a good moment for Kosovo to look forward and ask what sort of state it wants to be.
Mark Leonard & Norbert Röttgen - 14 February 2018
It is time to move past institutional integration and develop practical European security capabilities.
Albert Rohan - 02 February 2018
Kosovo’s independence has become an irreversible fact, even if Serbia, Russia, and some other countries persist in their denial of reality.
Veton Latifi and Kalypso Nicolaidis - 12 December 2017
Greece and Macedonia need to distinguish between issues where they can agree to disagree and those where they need to agree.
Enrique Mora Benavente - 15 November 2017
Whether Europe will be able to make a difference in foreign policy depends on whether member states can fulfil PESCO’s commitments.
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