The EU needs to figure out a way to come together to fight back against Russian aggression. An article published in Newsweek.
For China, the Olympics are no longer a sporting event – they are a battle to define how the country is seen by its citizens and the world
From a German perspective, the Mediterranean Union seems to have launched surprisingly well. An article in German.
Barack Obama’s visit to Europe could cut both ways for the American Senator and his European hosts. Honest talk about urgent and long-term issues will be crucial.
Despite the grand rhetoric, neither Sarkozy nor the EU have the capacity to transform the southern Mediterranean
The indictment of Sudan’s president marks a critical moment for the International Criminal Court. European supporters of international justice should give it their backing.
We are deeply saddened by the tragic news of Bronislaw Geremek’s death on 13 July, 2008
Europe should be at the forefront of the efforts to enlarge the G8 club in order to remain relevant. An Italian article in Corriere della Sera.
Europe and the U.S need a new strategy to deal with Afghanistan and Pakistan. A transatlantic Baker-Hamilton-style commission is necessary.
The French EU presidency will only be successful if the Franco-German engine refloats