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Migration will likely be the ultimate make-or-break issue for the European Union. Member states can tackle this challenge only through cooperative, collective action.
European integration has made Luxembourg prosperous. But at the same time, the country’s ailments are often signs of a broader European malaise.
Cybertechnologies are rapidly changing the international landscape, but weak international governance of cyberspace stands in stark contrast to the accelerating pace of challenges.
The fate of Turkish-Russian nuclear cooperation is unclear as the political relationship between the two countries may be entering a long-term downward spiral.
The EU’s structural underperformance in classic foreign policy is unlikely to end anytime soon. Being an occasional power is as much a state of affairs as it is a state of mind.
Social conservatives are on the march across the world—but there’s no reason they can’t play by democratic rules.
Turkey’s leadership seems to be at the top of its game. But is this picture-perfect politics?
There are growing calls for an EU policy that can confront the drivers of instability in the Middle East. But such a policy is unlikely to emerge anytime soon.
The defense of a way of life, deeply rooted fundamental liberties, and the cohesion of entire societies is becoming a just cause for Europe to go to war.
Since the Ukraine crisis, the situation has worsened in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Western antipathy to any notion of a Crimea precedent has hurt the two territories. Русский
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