Kristi Raik - 21 March 2019
As the political climate in Estonia grows increasingly polarised, the radical right-wing EKRE party may enter a governing coalition for the first time.
Ivan Krastev - 20 March 2019
Right wing populists think voters obsess about immigration. But that’s not the case.
Teresa Coratella - 20 March 2019
Ahead of Xi Jinping's visit to Italy, China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has joined the long series of issues that divide Italy's ruling parties
Adam Balcer - 18 March 2019
A Polish-Italian alliance may counteract the Franco-German driving force for European integration.
Tibor Dessewffy - 18 March 2019
Viktor Orbán may reject the EU’s way of doing things. But the political maelstrom he has helped unleash could equally see him floored
András Rácz - 18 March 2019
Budapest's decision to host a revived Soviet-era bank could provide its Russian employees with sweeping diplomatic immunities and hinder action in the event of a security threat.
Adam Baron - 15 March 2019
Three months after the signing of the Stockholm Agreement, a frail hope of de-escalation in Yemen remains - but only if the warring parties soon implement its key measures.
Nicu Popescu - 14 March 2019
For all the accepted wisdom to the contrary, Russia is largely failing to achieve its core foreign policy objectives
Hussein Dawood & Ellie Geranmayeh - 13 March 2019
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani's first official trip to Iraq signals the beginning of a new chapter in Iran-Iraq relations, one that rising tensions between Tehran and Washington could complicate.
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 12 March 2019
At the Brussels III fundraising conference, the question of how to help civilians without legitimizing the ascendant Assad regime looms large.
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