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Europe by Numbers: The Von der Leyen Budget

Although it was largely absent from the European election campaign, the negotiations over the next so-called Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF)— the EU’s budget—will take …


With Germany’s political landscape in upheaval, observers of German politics may be excused for thinking that the world is caving in. In late May, …


From May 23 to 26, 2019, voters across the European Union will head to the polls to elect a new European Parliament. With party …

Europe by Numbers: The Price of Mobility

“Freedom of movement for workers shall be secured within the Union,” says the Treaty of Lisbon. This is a core pillar of the EU’s …


Ten years after the onset of the eurocrisis, how does the eurozone look today? It has survived as an entity, and weathered most—if not …


Since right-wing populist parties began gaining power in Europe and the United States, common wisdom has held that their success is owed to the …


Stop the presses! Germans want to pay more for a more efficient European Union.


Which foreign policy tasks are topping Germany’s to-do list?


How strong are populists on social media?


What links Donald Trump’s victory, the Brexit vote, and support for Marine Le Pen’s Front National?


Public opinion polls on the EU-Turkey relationship show the depth of the problem.


The Brexit age divide is a continent-wide phenomenon.


The question of whether sending ground troops to fight IS is dividing Europe.


Who is handling the European refugee crisis well?