The UK’s decision to leave the EU offers an opportunity to restructure the union and restore unity among the remaining member states.
Giving citizens a say on Europe’s future could help the EU address multiple problems—as long as governments are willing to accept ideas that fall outside their standard templates for reform.
Although Georgia is still a success story in an authoritarian neighborhood, three recent trends are a reminder that elements of that story are reversible.
It is increasingly likely that Britain will either stay in the EU or reach a transitional arrangement very similar to full membership.
European leaders should convert their newfound confidence into positive energy to develop realistic solutions to the challenges that continue to plague the EU.
If the latest Cyprus resolution talks don’t succeed, the EU needs to prepare robust contingency plans to maintain its engagement with Turkish Cypriots.
There is more energy and interest in European defense cooperation than at any time in the last fifteen years.
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.
All eyes are on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron to show the way to a rejuvenated Europe.
Whether European leaders realize it or not, the future stability of Ireland and of the Northern Ireland peace process rests with Brussels, not London.