The rejection of Lisbon by Irish voters would upset the delicate balance which has kept the much buffeted European ship afloat
The Paris conference this week is a “last-chance” saloon for Afghanistan and donor governments
The West could be sleepwalking into a war on the European continent. An article published in the Financial Times.
Iran’s nuclear programme is as scary as the potential of an Israeli air strike on the country
The European Union should remain open to Serbia?s full membership. A comment piece in German from Die Presse.
The US presidential candidates should agree to set up an entirely independent team to canvass European views and share ideas for what do next in Iraq
The Afghan opium economy continues to grow. To have any chance of success, international efforts need to focus on security and bringing criminal kingpins to justice through a specialised UN court.
Closing itself to immigration will not solve Europe’s problems, and it will impair its attractiveness as a model open society. An op-ed in Spanish and English.
The EU should pay attention to who is appointed as the next chief of the UN’s peacekeeping department
CDU’s new draft National Security Strategy is a useful document but one that seems to be ignoring the benefits of being part of the EU