Radu Magdin - 04 January 2019
The next six months will be tricky for the European Union, with Brexit, parliamentary elections, and the next budget. Is Romania up to the task of EU presidency during this time?
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.
Luka Orešković - 11 December 2018
Bucharest should use the six-month rotating presidency of the European Council to work on the country’s European image
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 04 December 2018
After this week's election in Spain, the far-right party Vox now has its first MPs. But it is too early to say if we are seeing a resurgence of Spanish nationalism.
Tornike Sharashenidze - 30 November 2018
This week, Georgians chose a new president in a controversial election. Now, they have to live up to their promises
Marko Lovec - 15 November 2018
Findings from ECFR’s EU28 survey suggest that Slovenia has such a high expectation of potential partners that it risks to end up alone
Josef Janning - 01 November 2018
For now, Europe will get more of the Merkel it knows so well: pragmatic, process-minded, and vision-free.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 31 October 2018
If Europhobic parties gain significant ground in June next year, it will be as much the fault of the mainstream parties as the insurgents
Jeremy Shapiro - 31 October 2018
On 6 November, Americans will head to the polls in congressional elections widely seen as a test of Donald Trump's presidency. The stakes are high for Trump - will he become unleashed or unhinged?
Josef Janning - 25 October 2018
EU member states are increasingly disappointed with Warsaw and Budapest who will encounter difficulties to find like-minded partners to shape EU policy beyond their veto coaltion.
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