Finding Its Voice
Europe By Numbers
finding its voice
A Question of Survival
The vegetarian EU needs to adapt to a world of carnivores.
Von der Leyen’s Foreign Policy Bucket List
The US, China, Russia–there are endless challenges. Above all, the Commission needs to develop the strategic capacity to act.
Macron on the Move
The French president has embarked on a foreign policy course designed to strengthen the EU. But there are risks.
The EU’s new trade commissioner will be among those forging the future relationship with the UK. The Irishman is up to it.
German industry has run out of cheap options for going greener.
The Worst Is Still to Come
The EU needs to be ready for the geopolitical implications of Brexit.
Hard Choices on China
Whether the Europeans choose Washington or Beijing, there will be a price to pay.
words don’t come easy
david mac dougall
Finland is a beacon for equality, if an imperfect one.
op-ed on german fiscal policy
Living a Lie
The debt brake needs to go if Germany and Europe want to regain dynamism. An honest debate is needed.
joseph de weck
The Italian Job
Emmanuel Macron is trying to reset relations with Rome.
The nations of Central and Eastern Europe all have their own versions of populist politics.
postcard from the new silk road
A Morning Drink with the Turbine Engineer
Uzbekistan’s Kamchiq tunnel is a model project for China’s BRI.
red herring & black swan
Rally Behind the ECB
The excessive criticism of Europe’s central bank is ill-founded.
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