If given the chance, Germans would vote against giving more powers to Brussels. Then what would happen to Europe?
The trial of three young women in Moscow demonstrates that, despite the trappings of power, Vladimir Putin seems to be highly insecure.
The Greeks themselves have squandered public funds, says a former deputy prime minister and now leading anti-corruption campaigner.
Those of us who argue for more Europe and who believe that it is possible should stop relying on the intellectual laziness of the sheer necessity argument.
By condoning the Horthy and Nyiro commemorations, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has really crossed a red line.
The EU should consider suspending voting rights to Romania and other member states that flout the law.
If Europe wants to survive politically and retain its current level of civilization, much will depend on whether it can once more re-define the terms under which people live together.
It is not going to be easy for the EU's human rights envoy to resist pressure from member states or other governments.
The EURO 2012 will soon be over and, unfortunately, Ukraine will return to its reality of political struggles, a poor business climate, and attacks on the media.
We cannot yet be sure if the election of Mohamed Morsi as president of Egypt marks the beginning of a new era for the country.
A long-awaited report from the European External Action Service provides a chance for the EU to reestablish its credentials as the leading Western organization supporting human rights and democracy.
Every week leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the international challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
Merkel is still convinced that austerity and reforms are the way forward to save the euro and make Europe more competitive.
Poland's efforts to influence politics in Ukraine are fading fast. It's time for a rethink.
In a short interview, Olga Shumylo-Tapiola explains that hosting EURO 2012 will give ordinary Ukrainians a chance to show the best of themselves and their country and to break down some of the barriers separating them from their European neighbors.
Azerbaijan's energy resources are no excuse for Europe's disregard for human rights. Values and interests can be separated.
In both Europe and Russia, things will probably need to get worse before they start getting better.
In an interview with Judy Dempsey, Audronius Azubalis, Lithuanian minister of foreign affairs, says that the EU must engage Ukraine, not punish it.
Together, Europeans and Arabs can build a better future, built on a wider set of common political and social values. The Arab world’s breakthrough was late in coming, but it is here.
It is time for the EU to come up with a plan B for Greece if it wants to put an end to the euro crisis.