The EU is ill-equipped to respond to foreign policy crises
As debate in China's centre is stifled, Hongkongers fear for their future – with good cause.
A discussion on the importance of Pakistan to world affairs and how Europe can improve its strategies towards Islamabad
As tensions in Asia increase, Europe cannot take Asia’s stability for granted
A new paper on EU external action sheds light on engagement and contacts between the EU and its ten strategic partners
The new Commission and High Representative could learn from ground-level engagement between EU and Chinese groups
Time for a new approach that takes into account other regional dynamics
A tension between the need for robust deterrence and the risk of escalation leads to almost impossible choices for Asians
As international attention continues to shift to the East, France has launched a 'pivot to Asia', encouraging Chinese investment while improving other bilateral ties. François Godement and Jonathan Fenby discuss whether this is a viable model for the rest of the EU, and how China will react to European relations with other regional actors.
Everything is growing in Asia; including nationalism, bolstered by limitless historical grievances