Caught in a Storm
Europe’s Security in Peril
Europe By Numbers
The Kremlin is looking to exploit the transatlantic rift.
The United State and Europe are not coordinating their Russia policies. That may be a good thing.
interview with ben rhodes
The Europeans need to wake up to new realities, argues Barack Obama’s former foreign policy advisor.
The White House is playing into Moscow's hands.
The new mayor of Warsaw is moderate and pro-European. Should PiS be worried?
Merkel's Long Good-Bye
New CDU leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is poised to move Merkel’s party to the right.
Germany should consider setting up a national security council.
The French president is facing his most severe crisis.
The Czech Republic and Slovakia are both in a bad way.
words don’t come easy
All sides agree: no return of checkpoints and fences to the island of Ireland. That doesn’t mean it won’t happen.
It’s not economics that’s troubling the stability of the eurozone, but politics.
china and the world
thomas s. eder
Beijing is seeking to become an international security player.
red herring & black swan
Who will succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as EU Commission president? Not who you think. Perhaps.
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