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The EU


The European Union is swooping in to claim the free trade spoils abandoned by London and Washington.


The European Court of Justice’s ruling on relocating refugees deepens the rift within the EU.


It’s about time Germany starts practicing what it preaches.


Turkey’s relationship with Europe seems to be heading for rock bottom. But there is scope to rebuild ties with Germany and the EU on the economic front.


One year on from the Brexit vote, the EU’s political landscape is profoundly changed.

Both Germany and France will have to show flexibility in the fields they dominate.


Budapest and Warsaw are undermining the EU’s values, but Brussels’ kid gloves are only making them bolder.


The European Union needs to change to survive, and Germany will have to play a key role.


Europe’s future hinges on relations between Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron.


Matteo Renzi has returned quickly to frontline politics in Italy.


Things look grim for the European Union, but all is not lost yet.


Brussels shouldn’t leave Brexit to the British; it’s time for the EU to define its interests.


If Macron is Europe’s savior, does that make him Britain’s nightmare?


Günter Verheugen and Elmar Brok on the state of the European Union and the challenges presented by the Trump presidency.


NATO isn’t “obsolete;” its relevance is unchanged.


The “Orbánization” of the Visegrád group seems to have hit the buffers.