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.
A combination of parliamentary arithmetic and efforts to unite the ruling Conservative Party will probably keep UK Prime Minister Theresa May in office—for now.
Could a more coordinated Turkey-UK relationship help the two governments improve their negotiating positions with the EU?
Has the EU managed to contain the Eastern crisis—or set up new conditions for more instability in the future?
The crisis in Ukraine has pushed the European Union to become a different kind of policy actor.
The EU’s political contours are being redrawn, as Western Europe’s renewed influence is poised to eclipse the union’s Eastern members.
The European Union should be investing in foreign policy and humanitarian aid, not weapons.
As London and Brussels prepare to negotiate the UK’s exit from the EU, both sides need to tone down their confrontational rhetoric and adopt a more constructive approach.
If Greece is to recover from its eight-year-long debt crisis, the country will need massive investment and a systematic effort to rebuild institutions and retrain labor.
China is no substitute for Europe’s special ties with the United States, as any pivot to the East is paved with difficulties.
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