The Greek crisis is not just about money, or about the appalling state of the Greek body politic. It is about the future of Europe.
The visit by the Northern Cypriot leader to Brussels on June 29–July 3 might not have received much attention. But chances have never been higher for a reunification of Cyprus.
There is no good choice in Sunday’s referendum. For Greeks, it is either the devil or the deep blue sea.
As global crises multiply and become more complex, Europeans need patience, determination, and a set of clear reforms to reinvigorate the EU’s external action.
The prospect of a coalition government offers Turkey an opportunity to overhaul its political culture and inch the country toward becoming a genuinely liberal democracy.
With the Turkish electorate overwhelmingly rejecting Erdogan’s hyperpresidential style of politics, is it safe to say that Turkey is moving closer to the European Union?
Six major European oil companies are seeking UN backing for a global carbon pricing framework. Policymakers should not let this opportunity go to waste.
It is up to the European Union, as the often-overlooked mediator of the nuclear talks, to make a push for regional cooperation after a possible deal.
Tunisia was the first country that underwent an Arab Spring transition to democracy and has been the most successful so far. But what challenges still lie ahead?
Will the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) be able to secure the 10 percent threshold needed to enter the Turkish parliament?
The politics of economic reform in Turkey can be facilitated by a coalition government.
Turkish elections have been boring since the AKP came to power in 2002. But this year’s vote is different: the outcome is unpredictable, and the stakes could hardly be higher.
Turkey’s parliamentary election will mark a pivotal moment for the country’s future. Yet for the first time in over a decade, the outcome is clouded in uncertainty.
Europe’s Schengen zone, which allows Europeans to travel freely across the continent, is turning thirty. Faced with a major migration crisis, can the system survive?
A new French initiative at the United Nations aims to break the deadlock and accelerate progress toward a lasting solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The euro may not be doomed, but those who want to believe that the crisis is over cannot afford to be foolishly complacent, either.
An enhanced Common Security and Defense Policy needs all EU member states to show strong political will and a clear vision of what they want this policy to be.
If Europeans do not act resolutely on Ukraine, they risk losing the battle of democratic and economic transition in the East of the continent.
The EU needs to realize that its neighborhood policy is a political not a technical tool, operating in a politicized environment where major conflicts take place.
Since its creation in 1995, almost none of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership’s ambitions has been fulfilled. What are the policy and analytical challenges that lie ahead?
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