Josef Janning - 28 January 2016
With domestic pressure over migration numbers growing, Angela Merkel is the EU leader most eager to engage with Turkey
Josef Janning - 11 June 2015
Myths and symbolism have accompagnied the fundamental transformation of the gathering.
Fyodor Lukyanov and Ivan Krastev - 23 March 2015
In the new polycentric world, global institutions must be reformed so that regional powers have a say in the system.
Nick Witney - 12 March 2015
American UN ambassador Samantha Power explains why the EU needs to up its contributions to global UN peacekeeping.
Richard Gowan - 25 February 2015
Europe faces a worsening security situation on many fronts and needs tools – new and old – to stabilize its neighbourhood.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 24 February 2015
Internal divisions and external challenges threaten the continued survival of the European Union.
Volker Stanzel - 12 January 2015
Observations of a vacillating, hesitating superpower does not yet amount to the international community buying into the theory of America’s “decline.”
- 06 January 2015
Ellie Geranmayeh - 13 November 2014
While the new potential role of Russia boosts the chances of a final nuclear deal with Iran, gaps over sanctions relief continue to place doubts over whether this month's deadline can be met.
Susi Dennison - 12 November 2014
In the face of the deaths of thousands of migrants, the response of EU states has been chaotic and disjointed at best.
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