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August, 2020

With Europe reassessing its relations with Beijing, it should pay more attention to the conflict between India and China.

Despite a shambolic handling of the coronavirus crisis, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has largely maintained his popularity.

Young people in Belarus want more than the stability Aleksander Lukashenka has offered for almost three decades. They may well get it.

The violent aftermath of the Belarusian election has exposed the erosion of trust among young people in the regime.

The key to energy transition is energy replacement—quitting coal.

Olaf Scholz’ early nomination as “chancellor candidate” bodes ill for the stability of Germany’s new European policy.

For its own sake and that of the EU, Germany needs to say goodbye to its geo-economic approach to foreign policy. Seven years ago …

The French are self-involved, or so the cliché goes. But they are no chauvinists—just ask the French president.