The relationship between the EU and Iran cannot prosper if relations between the United States and Iran deteriorate.
Whatever the outcome of Turkey’s April 16 referendum on a new constitution, the country’s relationship with the European Union has reached a watershed.
The EU seems determined to clinch a trade accord with Japan by the end of 2017. That might be wishful thinking.
New and innovative ways of rebuilding European cooperation are needed to keep Europe’s post–World War II achievements of peace and prosperity intact.
The Turkish leadership and several EU governments are currently in the middle of a diplomatic spat of rare magnitude.
Protests across Belarus sparked by the country’s deteriorating economic situation are being met with studied indifference from the EU.
Recent political developments in Turkey and the surrounding region pose challenges for practical aid cooperation between the EU and the Turkish government.
By reminding themselves of 2014’s sequence of events, and of Crimea’s long and varied history, observers can avoid buying into the Russian narrative that legitimizes the annexation.
The Mediterranean has gradually become the epicenter of the most dramatic policy challenges confronting the EU—challenges that, if left unchecked, will have far-reaching consequences.
When she meets the U.S. president, the German chancellor will have the awesome task of defending Germany, Europe, and the Western liberal order.