Karlis Bukovskis - 19 December 2018
Latvia is aware of the EU’s beneficial role to both its economy and security and will likely remain a reliable and stable partner within the Union.
Sebastian Dullien - 14 September 2018
It seems we have not learned the lessons of the recent past and may be doomed to repeat them in the future
Olaf Boehnke - 17 July 2015
Despite staving off Greek disaster for now, Merkel and Schäuble have had a frosty reception from political allies in Berlin.
Josef Janning - 10 July 2015
Merkel has shown little appetite for the “vision-thing”, but the Greek crisis threatens to push the Chancellor out of her comfort zone
Josef Janning - 06 July 2015
Without demonstrating how they can pull off a strategy of gaining debt relief before reforms, Syriza's referendum win could become a Pyrrhic victory.
Mark Leonard - 30 April 2015
It may be that Europe’s postmodern order has become so advanced and particular to its environment that it is impossible for others to follow
Francisco de Borja Lasheras - 28 January 2015
The EU’s austerity policies have led to a fragmentation of its power, encouraging the rise of populist parties.
Sebastian Dullien - 28 January 2015
Germany should have offered debt relief to Greece when it had the chance, and the consequences of its mistake could be serious for Europe.
Josef Janning - 11 November 2014
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany needs to think about its way of exercising power within the EU – and what it hopes to achieve.
Sebastian Dullien - 05 September 2013
Ahead of federal elections, Germany is showing signs of complacency about its economic success, with none of the big candidates addressing the factors that might lead to German manufacturing losing its edge
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