Bashing the United States is no substitute for Europe’s strategic helplessness.
Austria’s new chancellor is poised to form a nationalist-conservative coalition with a party whose leader attended neo-Nazi meetings in his youth.
Geopolitical myopia among the elites of NATO’s new member states is helping to preserve an unstable “gray zone” in post-Soviet Europe.
In leaving the German finance ministry, Europe’s most influential politician leaves a big gap in the intellectual direction of the EU.
The UK is preparing to leave the EU at precisely the point in history when the appeal of anti-European nationalism is in terminal decline.
Does the rise of the right-wing populist AfD party in Germany signal new political divisons in the country and in Europe?
As it intensifies, the Catalan crisis will have wider ramifications for EU politics. One crucial element revolves around the state of European democracy.
France is committed to taking on more responsibility for the defense of Europe without alienating or competing with NATO.
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.
The special relationship that the former German chancellor keeps with Vladimir Putin is doing neither his party nor his country any favors.
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