With thousands of Syrian refugees continuing to arrive at the Turkish border, Ankara expects the EU and the international community to help manage the crisis.
Angela Merkel has to convince the German public she has the refugee crisis under control. Vladimir Putin is not making that task any easier.
Migration will likely be the ultimate make-or-break issue for the European Union. Member states can tackle this challenge only through cooperative, collective action.
The Kremlin and the Russian media are using Europe’s refugee crisis to sow further divisions in the EU and weaken Angela Merkel.
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.
As Europe struggles to find a solution to the refugee crisis, Angela Merkel seems to have very few allies. Are EU leaders turning their backs on Germany?
The German chancellor’s open-door policy toward the refugees is a challenge to her leadership. As public debate gets harsher in Germany, will Angela Merkel opt for a plan B?
Without support from other European countries or an alternative plan for dealing with the refugee crisis, the German chancellor’s open-door policy is not sustainable.
The new year has hardly begun and, already, the EU is facing new crises.
The political will to keep Europe open and confident is being eclipsed by populism and an inwardness that spells doom for the EU and the transatlantic relationship.