Europe by Numbers: Mind the Gap
Ten years after the onset of the eurocrisis, how does the eurozone look today? It has survived as an entity, and weathered most—if not …
Europe by Numbers: Trust Issues
Since right-wing populist parties began gaining power in Europe and the United States, common wisdom has held that their success is owed to the …
Europe by Numbers: Refugees, Elsewhere
This past summer, refugee policy was once again at the top of Germany’s political agenda. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government nearly collapsed in June when …
Europe by Numbers: Trading Figures
US President Donald Trump does not, to put it lightly, have a warm relationship with Germany, nor with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, against whom …
Europe by Numbers: Driver’s Seat
Stop the presses! Germans want to pay more for a more efficient European Union.
The AI Revolution
There’s a lot of talk about AI’s potential—and a lot of worry about responsibility.
Europe by Numbers: What China Means
What we really talk about when we talk about Asia.
“A Lost Generation?”
A European Encounter (#EuropeCounts) on the impact of youth unemployment on Europe’s social cohesion: Tuesday, January 30, 2 pm, EPC Conference Center, Brussels.
Europe by Numbers: Mamma Mia!
Opinion polls show the center-right in the lead, with the populist Five Star Movement not far behind.
Sylke Tempel (†)
We have lost our editor-in-chief – an outstanding expert, journalist, writer, teacher, colleague, friend.
We Mourn Sylke Tempel
The German Council on Foreign Relations and the BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL team mourn the death of Dr Sylke Tempel.
Europe by Numbers: Shifting Priorities
Which foreign policy tasks are topping Germany’s to-do list?
Europe by Numbers: Misery Loves Company
Brexit and Trump voters wanted to go back in time. Are the Dutch and the French similarly inclined?
What links Donald Trump’s victory, the Brexit vote, and support for Marine Le Pen’s Front National?
In 140 Characters: Wonder Woman
The UN’s controversial new ambassador on men, Merkel, and miniskirts.