Europe By Numbers
Greens Up, Reds Down
The United States must now keep a global balance of power.
mark leonard and jeremy shapiro
The Case for a Sovereign Europe
The EU’s limits are painfully clear. It’s time for a new strategy.
The Other Asian Power
India offers Europe political stability and openness to foreign firms. It also shares a view of China.
Alliance for Multilateralism–
An Australian View
With their powers steadily growing, how will European lawmakers have an impact on the lives of EU citizens?
The image of a close Putin-Xi friendship can be deceiving.
As Brexit looms, Scotland’s first minister may get another opportunity to make the case for leaving the United Kingdom.
What will happen to aviation in a world of net-zero emissions?
europe and migration
Missing in Libya
Another refugee crisis could be looming. Yet so far the EU has been divided and passive.
The Glass Is Half Full
Germany has had some success integrating refugees.
words don’t come easy
anne maria wallner
“Zack, Zack, Zack”
“Ibizagate” has shaken Austrian politics. But plus ça change…
technology and power
The (Temporary) End of Economic History
In politics, Francis Fukuyama was soon proven wrong. In economics, it took Donald Trump.
robert gorwa and anton peez
Big Tech Hits the Diplomatic Circuit
The internet giants like to present themselves as foreign policy actors on equal footing with nation states. They are not.
postcard from the new silk road
A Highway to Nowhere
Sinohydro workers are roughing it in the Macedonian mountains.
Berlin’s Stagnant Summer
Angela Merkel’s government could collapse this fall.
red herring & black swan
Five Eyes for Europe
The EU should have its own intelligence agency.
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