The coronavirus crisis will give an enormous boost to digitalization and the data economy.
Just as COVID-19 presents a threat to public health, China’s and Russia’s authoritarianism presents a threat to the West, warn our authors from the International Republican Institute.
US sociologist RICHARD SENNETT predicts the pandemic will bring about profound changes.
Portugal has managed the CORVID-19 crisis well so far.
The EU’s future depends on how it handles the COVID-19 crisis. A lot is riding on Germany’s EU presidency later this year.
Lower carbon emissions is a rare silver lining of the coronavirus pandemic. Just don’t confuse it for actual good news for the climate.
The EU is still finding it hard to come up with a coordinated coronavirus response.
Putin’s handling of the coronavirus crisis has produced a paradox: instead of using the pandemic to further strengthen his personalized power, Russia’s president has refused to take tough measures.
Viktor Orbán’s power grab in Budapest has overshadowed a parallel political drama in Warsaw regarding the presidential elections on May 10.
Europe and Germany are dependent on cooperation with China on global challenges. But Brussels and Berlin need to defend their interests.
Should the EU economy run on uranium? Its two biggest countries disagree.
Macron wants to turn Corona into a European challenge, but falls flat on his own and Berlin’s nationalist reflexes.
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 EU has shown unprecedented flexibility in the initial days of an acute crisis. That does not mean the European project is collapsing.
That Trump may have tried and failed to poach a German company is a perfect narrative for a country deep in crisis.
Germany’s policy of West-orientation has been fading under Angela Merkel, but it might soon see a revival.