Italy’s clash with Brussels over its budget proposal is just the latest in a string of problems threatening to destabilize its shaky coalition government.
EU leaders had hoped to make progress on Brexit and migration, but they left the Salzburg summit with little to show for on both fronts.
Trump’s provocations and bullying grab the headlines. But there are also structural factors causing transatlantic tension.
The US-Europe partnership living in a powder keg, and many fear that at the NATO summit in Brussels next week, Donald Trump will light a match.
Germany’s foreign minister delivered a much-anticipated speech on Europe this week. His answer to America first? Europe United.
There is a lot to unpack from the German chancellor’s recent interview.
Both Facebook and the European Parliament came out looking bad during Mark Zuckerberg’s shambolic hearing.
Theresa May is caught between plotters at home and doubters in Europe.
There are compelling reasons for the EU to use the OSCE to engage China on security issues of joint concern.
The European Union and India have quite a bit to offer one another. Why is it so difficult to get them to talk?
The European Council in April missed another chance to create an effective refugee and migration policy. The new Commission agenda at least acknowledges: Rescued people need to be put somewhere.
The crisis in Ukraine has forced the West to reconsider how it defends international law. As tensions in South East Asia grow, can Berlin apply the same lessons to a European Asia policy?
An impending June decision by the EU’s Court of Justice will likely tip the balance between free trade and fundamental rights. Arguments were heard last week in Luxembourg in a privacy rights case lodged by Max Schrems, an Austrian law student, against five international tech giants.