THE AGE OF ASIA
europe by numbers
What China Means
the age of asia
Tipping the Scale
“Easternization” is happening at a remarkable speed, and the EU is struggling to keep up.
interview with bruno maçães
“The World Is Eurasian”
Europe has to pay more attention to what happens to its east, says Portugal’s former Secretary of State for European Affairs.
Divide and Rule
Beijing’s 16+1 initiative is a direct challenge to European unity.
In some parts of South-Eastern Europe, China’s influence is growing fast.
An Uncomfortable Position
There are lessons for Europe in Japan’s current struggles.
By Bettina Vestring
He’s trim, self-confident, and highly ambitious―meet Germany’s likely new finance minister.
russia before the vote
Vladimir Putin offers Russian voters little more than himself.
A Disappearing Trick
The Kremlin’s misguided foreign policy has come full circle.
words don’t come easy
Italy’s election season has turned into an all-out battle, and words are the weapons.
germany and the un
Taking On More
Why Germany is seeking a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Counil.
Emmanuel Macron is hailed as France’s most pro-European president ever. In reality, his policies are quite traditional.
red herrings & black swans
The likely costs of Brexit for EU businesses are being overlooked.
“There Is Immense Pressure on the Rule of Law in Europe Today”
Susanne Baer and Zsuzsanna Szelényi debate whether the rule of law is strong enough to ensure European fundamental rights.
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