Josef Janning - 30 September 2019
One week after climate talks at UNGA and the unveiling of the government’s new climate plan, Germany’s gap between lofty goals and actual initiatives is still striking
Zsuzsanna Végh - 17 September 2019
The man nominated to encourage democratic norms among the EU’s neighbours has overseen the degradation of Hungary’s own standards. The damage could already be done.
Teresa Coratella - 05 September 2019
The diverse new Italian government has high ambitions
Caroline de Gruyter - 03 September 2019
Brexit is putting parliamentary democracy in question
Teresa Coratella - 31 July 2019
A domestic political scandal threatens to destabilise the League-Five Star coalition
Piotr Buras - 11 July 2019
A recent EU court ruling has sent a chill down the spines of populist governments determined to undermine judicial independence. The new Commission must defend this crucial victory.
Pawel Zerka - 09 July 2019
Emigration is as much a worry for some European citizens as immigration, if not more so. What should the EU and member states do about this?
Caroline de Gruyter - 05 July 2019
Member states are seizing power back from Brussels – but instead they should be engaging ever more deeply
Teresa Coratella - 21 June 2019
Matteo Salvini’s enthusiasm for Trump did not win him a meeting with the president; and his Washington visit this week may undermine Italy in Europe
Susi Dennison - 29 May 2019
With two thirds of Europeans voting for a pro-European party, the big challenge now is for the political groups to move beyond their status quo ways of working
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