The technical challenges of the European Commission’s ‘Fit for 55’ package are only part of the story. Diplomatic tact will be critical in preventing it from undermining the EU’s climate leadership.
Berlin will only harm itself and others if it continues to snub Washington’s entreaties to rebuild the transatlantic alliance
New polling shows that German citizens have begun to sour on the European project. If German politicians do not revise how they talk about Europe, this change could have disastrous consequences.
European leaders need to recognise the influence that Slovenia’s Council presidency could have on the EU debate on the rule of law. They should discourage the Slovenian leadership’s undemocratic tendencies.
Migration is first and foremost a structural problem, yet the EU persists in responding to it as an emergency. Now is the time to change course.
If policymakers watch closely enough, football might just provide the perspective and insights they need to advance a geopolitical Europe
The German Greens’ positions on the Western Balkans check all the right boxes. The challenge will be to translate these positions into a bold policy on the region.
The EU and Turkey have a mutual strategic interest in developing a constructive, cooperative, and sustainable relationship
Biden’s approach to multilateralism is driven by his sense of what American voters and elected representatives in Congress will tolerate
In addition to a Strategic Compass that sets its direction of travel, the EU also needs a ‘GPS’ to help it determine its location and speed