Political Reform

  • Germany Leads, But on Its Own Terms, and Not Enough
    April 30, 2012

    France is one of Europe's biggest headaches when it comes to addressing the euro crisis, which is why Berlin's influence in Paris is crucial.

  • It’s Curtains for Yanukovych

    Olga Shumylo-TapiolaFriday, April 27, 2012

      The EU should no longer attempt to find light in the dark corners of Viktor Yanukovych’s mind, it must let him know that enough is enough.

    • A President’s Greed

      Olga Shumylo-TapiolaFriday, April 13, 2012

        It is important that the EU understands that Yanukovych’s real motivation is advancing his own position and that of his family, not reform.

      • Talking to Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

        Judy DempseyMonday, April 02, 2012

          With its functioning multi-party democracy and significant mineral deposits Mongolia has become strategically important, but the country's president knows he has to improve the country's poor reputation when it comes to corruption.

        • Sarkozy and Schengen

          Judy DempseyMonday, March 19, 2012

            As globalization marches on and Europe grows dependent on bringing in young, mobile, and educated people, the EU’s strategy should be focused on making Schengen more flexible.

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