A comprehensive evaluation of European foreign policy
Europe needs to take more responsibility in its neighbourhood
The EU needs to rethink its approach towards Ukraine
What next for EU enlargement?
How Europe can promote democracy in Azerbaijan
Putin's return: why Europe should prepare for a weaker Putin
How well did European foreign policy perform over the last year?
Instead of lecturing Ukraine the EU must show that it means business
Learning to deal with a changing Russia under a familiar leader
The time has come for the EU to rethink its relationship with its biggest neighbour. Instead of talking about strategic relations with Moscow, the EU should consider a strategic pause.
Vladimir Putin may still be the most popular politician in Russia, but his system of government is showing certain signs of weakness one year after returning to power.
Although it may seem that Europe is down and out as it struggles with multiple crises, things are in fact far, far better than they appear on the surface.
The EU-brokered deal between Serbia and Kosovo settles the most acute dispute in the Balkans and is likely to have an impact on the wider region. Yet it may be too early to declare victory in the Balkans.
The outcome of last October's parliamentary elections has sent Georgia on a bumpy road of political transition. The EU can help by stepping up its engagement and gain a more impartial foothold in the country.
Anthony Dworkin comments on Obama's move towards increased transparency around drone strikes.
Hans Kundnani comments on the benefits that both China and Germany expect to gain from their emerging…
Hans Kundnani is quoted on the reciprocal relationship between China and Germany.