Cities, which account for 75 percent of Europe’s population and generate 85 percent of its GDP, have an important role to play in helping to meet key climate-change and economic targets.
Europe must take into account the effect the Arab Spring has had on its southern neighborhood in order to move toward a more conceptual approach to transforming the EU-MENA relationship.
Carnegie Europe's Judy Dempsey was on the ground at the 49th annual Munich Security Conference to give readers exclusive access to the debates and discussions as they unfolded.
The judicial prosecution and imprisonment of journalists in Turkey hit record highs in recent years, damaging the country’s image.
Recent developments in Europe’s post-Soviet neighborhood, in countries like Georgia and Ukraine, have highlighted the region’s struggling efforts for democratization.
Can Ankara and Brussels develop a framework for reinvigorating the relationship, or is it time for the two to go their separate ways?
NATO in partnership with Carnegie Europe brought together a transatlantic community of experts to tackle the emerging security challenges to critical infrastructure protection.
Following a successful transition to democracy and a period of unprecedented growth, Georgia now serves as a model for democratic development. However, the country also faces substantial criticism concerning its respect for domestic civil liberties.
The Eurasian customs union formed by Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan in 2010—the largest in the world by territory—is becoming very real.
With the right mix of realism and self-confidence, the EU may be able to pursue a more interests-based and assertive engagement with China and India.