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The EU-Turkey deal on refugees is fundamentally flawed.

David Cameron’s EU deal is more than it seems.

The right-wing AfD has shown itself a force to be reckoned with.

Why the regional elections of March 13 signal a shift in Germany’s political landscape.

In the US presidential primaries, foreign policy issues have yet to play much of a role – but this may soon change.

European attitudes on Brexit and refugees.

How to stop Europe’s cracks from widening.

Angela Merkel’s fight to keep the EU united.

If David Cameron manages to avoid a Brexit, the United Kingdom could play a constructive role in Europe again.

Europeans have to invest more in a joined-up common foreign policy.

Poland’s “prezes” is steering his country firmly to the right.

The EU’s biggest problem is the disappearance of an equal partner for Germany.

Merkel’s critics at home and abroad are still landing few punches.

Moscow’s warnings of a “new Cold War” are out of sync with today’s realities.

Greece’s “self-evident revolution” (Η επανάσταση του αυτονόητου) stumbles over its children’s basic understanding of what’s right and what’s wrong.

The United Nations is set up in a way that is outdated, a fact apparent in the composition of the Security Council. Can the system be reorganized?