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The Polish-Russian rapprochement gathers steam (Commentary)

Andrew Wilson - 08 May 2010

The tragic plane crash in Smolensk has brought Russia and Poland closer together. Emotions aside, what do they both want to gain from the rapprochement?

Making sense of Europe's puzzling China policy (Commentary)

François Godement - 12 October 2010

A trade deal with South Korea proves that Europe can get things done when it wants. So why is the EU's policy with China such a puzzle? Perhaps it should learn from Germany, which is showing how to talk tough to Beijing while still achieving its aims.

Debate on Spain's Foreign Policy (Commentary)

Jos? Ignacio Torreblanca & Jos? Mar?a de Areilza & Miguel ?ngel Moratinos - 13 July 2009

A piece in Spanish, giving a bipartisan assessment of Zapatero's foreign and European policy and the challenges for the Spanish presidency.

Salvage operation (Commentary)

Andrew Duff - 17 June 2008

Whatever the reasons for the Irish rejection of the Lisbon Treaty, the result is devastating for the EU both internally and externally.

No easy solution for hunger (Commentary)

José Ignacio Torreblanca - 08 September 2009

African farmers need seeds and fertilizers - and Governments that work.

Die neue Au?enpolitik der USA (Commentary)

Dr. Albert Rohan - 17 January 2009

Pr?sident Obama muss die dringenden au?enpolitischen Herausforderungen sofort nach seiner Angelobung angehen.

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.