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September – October 2015

BUILDING UKRAINE UNDER THREAT

 

EUROPE BY NUMBERS

Open Arms – and Arson

BUILDING UKRAINE UNDER THREAT

 

anders åslund

Progress of Sorts

Ukraine is reforming, but too slowly.

 

ricardo giucci and robert kirchner

Getting Down to Business

The Ukrainian economy can be turned round.

 

markus ederer

Driving Forces

How Berlin tries to make the Minsk agreements work.

 

deidre berger

The Vagaries of Memory

Ukrainians are rediscovering their own history 
during the Holocaust.

CLOSE UP

 

DAVID MARSH

Mario Draghi

David Marsh on the mischievous master of 
Europe’s common currency.

GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY

 

quentin peel

Halfhearted Hegemon

Germany’s foreign policy has its defects, but 
many aspects are laudable.

 

andreas rinke

Negotiating Weltmeister

Minsk, Brussels, and Vienna: diplomatically, 
Berlin is in top form.

TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS

 

claudia schmucker

Tipping the Scales

It is in Europe’s interest that TTIP succeeds. The German government needs to do a better job explaining why.

WORDS DON’T COME EASY

 

sebastian feyock and jana puglierin

“Ertüchtigung”

EUROPEAN TURMOIL

 

heinrich august winkler

Europe’s Original Sin

The euro lacks a fiscal and political union – and 
a coherent economic philosophy.

 

norbert röttgen

Leaving Nobody Behind

The EU can weather the storm, but its politicians 
need to speak the truth more often.

 

nathalie tocci

Going Global (In Parts)

What the EU’s new security strategy will look like.

IN 140 CHARACTERS

 

Carl Bildt

Sweden’s former PM and foreign minister on being 
undiplomatic on Twitter.