Josef Janning - 22 December 2016
Initial reactions from the public have been marked by collective grief but not by calls for revenge.
Vessela Tcherneva - 13 December 2016
Berlin will need to manage the fears of its fellow members, especially in regard to three specific issues.
Gustav Gressel - 06 December 2016
While Europe might take solace from the presidential election result, it should recognise that Austria’s Eurosceptic drift will not be halted by Van der Bellen.
Silvia Francescon & Giovanni Fedele - 02 December 2016
With Renzi declaring that he will resign if the electorate rejects his reforms, the referendum is now widely seen as a vote of confidence on the government itself.
Josef Janning - 01 December 2016
Germany’s coming election campaign will be the last of its kind — the final page in the first chapter of the history of the Berlin Republic
Manuel Lafont Rapnouil - 29 November 2016
No EU head of state has yet dared to break the EU’s consensus on Russian sanctions. Will François Fillon be the first?
Fredrik Wesslau - 19 October 2016
The upsurge of populism in Europe has provided Russia with an ample supply of sympathetic political parties across the continent.
Denica Yotova - 14 October 2016
Bulgaria's Russia policy could go in any direction after 6 November.
Zsuzsanna Végh - 09 September 2016
A likely ‘no’ vote in Hungary’s legally questionable referendum will provide ammunition for Orbán’s battle with Brussels.
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