europe by numbers
How Berlin has been coping with the refugee crisis, and still is.
From Willkommenskultur to German angst – and back?
France’s debate on refugees and migrants makes finding European solutions difficult.
Once a way station for refugees, Greece now has to house tens of thousands for the foreseeable future.
Italy braces itself for becoming refugees’ and migrants’ first port of call again.
Russia’s foreign minister serves largely as the figurehead of a foreign policy beyond his control, argues Leonid Ragozin.
What the Panama Papers reveal about Vladimir Putin’s regime.
Strengthening, not easing, sanctions against Moscow would be the right moral choice.
words don’t come easy
The EU’s doublespeak for emergency refugee processing has come full circle.
europe and its periphery
The EU’s response to external challenges needs improvement.
Some ideas NATO should discuss at its upcoming Warsaw summit.
French goals in Syria are more complex – and determinedly pursued – than its allies assume, but Paris lacks the means.
german foreign policy
Germany prefers flexing the economic muscle while remaining reluctant to use military force. It is still a “geo-economic power”.
Built-in contradictions between market and state create the risk of economic stagnation.
Why are film and television producers trying to revive the 1980s?
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The Co-Chair of Europe’s Green Parties on broken status quo politics and the (culinary) temptations of Brussels.
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