A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
It will be bad news for Europe if an interim coalition deal between Germany’s two main political parties falls apart.
Three kinds of trouble are bubbling under Europe's surface. The key to preparing for them lies in understanding where and how the political ground is shifting.
Theresa May’s government most likely will limp on, but enough Conservatives will side with other parties to insist on a second EU referendum.
Over the past year, European defense collaboration has arguably made more progress than in the past decade.
Populism in the Czech Republic is not an aberration from the prevailing EU trends, yet rumors of the death of democracy in Prague are greatly premature.
Attempts to rein in the internet industry in democratic countries will show who really is in charge.
Volunteer activities in Ukraine have decreased since 2014. While civic activists have not given up, serious concerns persist about Ukrainian civil society's impact.
If Poland and Hungary are not censured for flouting EU rules, German Euroskepticism will be on the increase.
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