Articles

The others (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 17 March 2009

There are two kinds of European in the continent today; those who have Europe and those who want it.

A complicated relationship (Commentary)

Ulrike Guérot - 13 March 2009

Following France?s return to NATO military command this week, relations between Paris and Berlin remain complex.

Europe needs to look again at Pakistan (Commentary)

Daniel Korski - 12 March 2009

Pakistan is the pivot around which revolves peace on the Indian subcontinent and the success of NATO's mission to Afghanistan, argues Korski. But EU?s policy towards that country resembles its old technocratic and apolitical approach.

The return of "Eastern Europe" (Commentary)

Nicu Popescu - 05 March 2009

The term "Eastern Europe" suggests a new division of Europe. But it also highlights how integrated and interdependent Europe has become.

More trouble ahead (Commentary)

Andrew Wilson - 03 March 2009

Endless political infighting and the economy in the doldrums - as if the gas dispute weren't bad enough, Ukraine is lurching from one crisis to another.

Of summits, walls and 'pigs' (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 03 March 2009

Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, divisions between the East and West remain too wide.

Ukraine's collapse (Commentary)

Nicu Popescu - 27 February 2009

What are the likely consequences of an economic and political collapse in Ukraine? Nicu Popescu explains.

Bridging Europe's solidarity gap (Commentary)

Vessela Tcherneva - 27 February 2009

Today there is a new division in Europe - a solidarity gap. How will the EU bridge this perception, asks Vessela Tcherneva.

What does the financial crisis mean for EU foreign policy? (Commentary)

Daniel Korski - 25 February 2009

The financial crisis has implications far outside the finance and economic sectors. What does it mean for the EU's foreign policy?

Europe?s Russia problem (Commentary)

George Soros - 23 February 2009

The European Union must develop a united policy on a hostile Russia, writes George Soros.