Better engagement with Europe’s de facto states by international actors within a framework of nonrecognition should benefit all sides, yet it remains a big challenge.
For decentralization in Tunisia to be successful, the central government, local government, civil society, and international donors must each invest in the process.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell discussed transatlantic relations at a time of unprecedented challenges for the West.
Expectations have been building for the new government in Berlin to take the lead in defining the EU’s role in a shifting global order and to relaunch the integration process.
Refugees have conditions for voluntary return—conditions that political efforts to resolve the Syrian conflict have largely ignored.
Populist parties are on the upsurge. Are the EU’s political and institutional pillars crumbling, or can new solidarity be found?
Cyberspace has become the new battleground for geopolitics. State-hacker relationships could unleash significant harm undermining global security, stability, and human rights.
Despite a renewed sense of possibility since mid-2017, the EU still needs to be made more flexible and democratic.
Revamping the Customs Union would unlock numerous economic benefits for Ankara and Brussels.
For its democratic transition to survive, Tunisia must simultaneously address the kleptocracy of the previous regime and the emergence of widespread petty corruption.