Even as the future of the European Union’s neighborhood remains under threat, a few developments on the EU periphery – in Ukraine, Romania, and Serbia – show that civil society and rule of law are making inroads in post-Communist kleptocracies.
Theresa May has survived the no-confidence vote in her […]
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+++ The Kremlin is looking to exploit the transatlantic rift, warns Reid Standish; Kadri Liik argues that the West’s uncoordinated Russia policy is not necessarily a bad thing; “Donald Trump is hostile to Europe,” explains former US deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes in an interview; Steven Pifer dissects Trump’s INF blunder; Annabelle Chapman profiles Warsaw’s new mayor Rafal Trzakowski; Ben Knight takes the measure of Germany’s CDU under its new leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer; Derek Scally explains the real meaning of a “Hard Border” in Ireland (Words Don’t Come Easy); “Don’t Count Your Spitzens before They Hatch,” warns David Keating in our “Red Herring & Black Swan” column; and much more +++