Clara Portela - 19 July 2018
Sergei Magnitsky's death inspired the US to enact a law blacklisting individuals and seizing their assets. The EU is jumping on the bandwagon.
Piotr Buras - 11 July 2018
The EU has thus far been unable to prevent democratic backsliding - what will it do in Hungary and Poland?
Carl Bildt - 11 July 2018
In a Trump-Putin meeting, who gets the show, and who gets the substance?
Jeremy Shapiro - 09 July 2018
Europeans spending more on defence will not satisfy Donald Trump. Here’s why
Andrew Lebovich - 28 June 2018
On June 13 Malian soldiers and security forces were responsible for killing more than 30 civilians throughout the country - the government and international forces have been unable to reverse the trend
Katarzyna Pelczynska-Nalecz & Piotr Buras - 26 June 2018
The struggle for the rule of law in Poland has reached a critical stage - what will the EU do about it?
Nick Witney - 25 June 2018
EU members may not feel they can trust the Brits on defence. But the UK’s past reliability on this front suggests they should
Andreas Umland - 08 June 2018
A transitional UN peacekeeping mission in, and international civilian administration of, Donbas would have two major benefits.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 07 June 2018
German politicians struggle to endorse Emmanuel Macron’s proposal for a “European Intervention Initiative” not least because the term intervention sounds misleading in German.
Nick Witney - 22 May 2018
The cultivation of a shared strategic European defence culture must encompass the possibility – the likelihood, in fact – of autonomous European action
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