europe by numbers
A World of Frenemies
Germany’s foreign policy foundations have suffered multiple shocks since 2014. But Berlin’s only answer is to play dead.
interview with tom cotton
Germany and Europe aren’t taking the China and Russia threats seriously enough, a Republican senator warns.
Germany and Europe need to learn the rules of geo-economics.
As the US and China face off technologically, analogies with the pre-1989 era are misleading.
Croatia is taking over the rotating EU presidency for the first time. Its prime minister is a dedicated “Mr. Europe,” but trouble looms.
Carbonists, Lukewarmists, Techno-Mitigators, or Alarmists: Who will shape the political process?
joseph de weck
Germany’s elder statesman Wolfgang Schäuble is playing political ping-pong with French President Emmanuel Macron.
words don’t come easy
North Macedonians feel “betrayed,” and with good reason.
The Golden State is a tech and environmental superpower. Europe should pay more attention to Sacramento.
postcard from the new silk road
Chinese workers on BRI projects often spend most of their time away from their families. In Kyrgyzstan, some see a silver lining.
the china challenge
Ideas of human nature posited by the European Enlightenment are confronted with a Chinese countermodel.
red herring & black swan
There’s a problem with academic writing and communicating.
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