Vessela Tcherneva - 08 April 2020
Common standards of health security, tech and information sharing in research and development, and better integration within healthcare supply chains could help Europe take a big step forward.
Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 02 April 2020
The overarching features of Turkey’s neo-nationalism are the cult of state worship, an evergreen suspicion of foreign enemies, and an emphasis on the central role of a strong leader.
Zsuzsanna Végh - 02 April 2020
The Hungarian government now has a great deal of flexibility to rule as it sees fit, provided that it portrays its actions as being in the interests of crisis management.
Nick Witney - 30 March 2020
Nicholas Westcott - 23 March 2020
For Britain, a close security relationship with the EU will be impossible to establish without a close political and economic relationship too.
Andrzej Mendel-Nykorowycz - 23 March 2020
The Polish government was swift to introduce tough measures on the coronavirus – but not to postpone a presidential election it thinks it will win.
Teresa Coratella - 18 March 2020
Italy’s response to the virus is starting to reshape its politics.
Jean-Baptiste Gallopin - 18 March 2020
Six months since the start of the transition to civilian rule, the process in Sudan is increasingly in question as Bashir-era generals work to retain their power.
Caroline de Gruyter - 17 March 2020
The state surfs a wave of fear of the consequences and side-effects of public deficiencies and scarcity that it has created.
Mattia Nelles - 12 March 2020
Last week’s government reshuffle and the dismissal of a highly regarded prosecutor general raise serious concerns about Ukraine’s pro-Western course.
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