Carbon Critical: The Franco-German Nuclear Motor
Should the EU economy run on uranium? Its two biggest countries disagree.
Pariscope: Imagine Macron Declares War and No One Shows Up
Macron wants to turn Corona into a European challenge, but falls flat on his own and Berlin’s nationalist reflexes.
Transatlantic Commerce: Ties That Bind
Ensuring that transatlantic flows are sustained in the COVID-19 crisis is one of the most important things that can be done right now.
The Pandemic Means Less Europe—For Now
The EU has shown unprecedented flexibility in the initial days of an acute crisis. That does not mean the European project is collapsing.
Pride and Hope: The CureVac Story
That Trump may have tried and failed to poach a German company is a perfect narrative for a country deep in crisis.
Merkel in the Middle
Germany’s policy of West-orientation has been fading under Angela Merkel, but it might soon see a revival.
Russia has deliberately expanded its relationships with African countries in recent years.
Op-Ed: Don’t Fear a President Sanders, Europe!
Europeans have little to worry about a Sanders presidency.
No Return to Normal?
Many in Europe warn that there will be no going back to the status quo ante in transatlantic affairs even if Donald Trump turns out to be a one-term president. That’s questionable.