Majda Ruge, Stefan Vladisavljev - 22 September 2020
There is no obvious reason why Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic would turn his back on a relationship with China from which he draws a great deal of political capital.
Lia Quartapelle - 16 September 2020
The EU should nurture Belarusian protesters’ experiences with political participation and their demands for democracy.
Elli Pohlkamp - 16 September 2020
Shinzo Abe’s aggressive and successful diplomacy has helped make Japan a pillar of liberal democracy and a beneficiary of the rules-based international order. His successor has vowed to protect these interests.
Gustav Gressel & Nicu Popescu & Andrew Wilson - 16 September 2020
Russia’s goal in its neighbourhood is to regain influence, not to be surrounded by neutral, self-sufficient buffer states.
Sinisa Vukovic, Majda Ruge - 15 September 2020
Supporters of Western integration for Montenegro may look hopefully at the smallest – and pro-European – member of the new coalition. But wider forces are likely to overwhelm it.
Pawel Zerka - 15 September 2020
It would be premature to conclude that the frugal four are, or will remain, happy about the EU’s budgetary deal.
Rafael Loss - 11 September 2020
It is in the British prime minister’s interests to carry on a ‘war with Brussels’, no matter how tired EU leaders already are of the issue.
Ivan Krastev - 11 September 2020
From Trump to Lukashenka, authoritarians are discovering that this isn’t their kind of crisis.
Majda Ruge - 10 September 2020
The White House’s sloppy agreement does little to advance dialogue, and comes at a high price.
Anthony Dworkin - 08 September 2020
The US long ago took umbrage at the – unlikely – prospect that the ICC could prosecute Americans. The consequences of this stance are now revealing themselves.
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