Europe faces a fractured transatlantic relationship as Donald Trump enters office as U.S. president and Britain prepares to leave the European Union.
Angela Merkel and other European leaders should act fast to counter Donald Trump’s attempts to encourage the EU’s disintegration.
A customs union like the one negotiated between Turkey and the EU could provide a realistic way forward for the UK after it leaves the bloc.
Instead of whining about the incoming U.S. administration, EU leaders should adopt several measures designed to increase the bloc’s influence and coherence.
More than forty years after Cyprus was split in two, Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders meet in Switzerland for last-chance talks to reunify the island.
Movements across Europe are undermining the EU’s ability to forge new trade deals. Such opposition runs counter to the bloc’s founding philosophy as an open trading organization.
The complexity of the looming Brexit negotiations is more troubling than the recent resignation of the UK’s EU ambassador.
Closer European integration and decent leadership instead of closed borders or political correctness could rescue the EU’s liberal system.
Europe has been so weakened by the tumultuous events of 2016 that it is left unprepared to deal with the big foreign policy challenges of 2017.
Unless European leaders change their mind-set, the United States and Russia will break up the European Union.
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