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 Geneva summit recalled the power of old-fashioned diplomacy and working patiently away at difficult problems
The Turkish president no longer commands all before him. The EU should turn its attention to supporting democratic forces in the country.
By reforming the Eastern Partnership, the EU can capitalise on the huge opportunities for economic and social development created by digitalisation
The EU and Turkey have a mutual strategic interest in developing a constructive, cooperative, and sustainable relationship
Belarus will continue to cause problems on the EU’s doorstep – so it is now time for a firmer, longer-term approach
A new EUROVAX scheme should be at the heart of the EU’s new offer to help its neighbours tackle covid-19 in the years ahead
As the Turkish president continues his delicate balancing act between the US and Russia, the crisis in Ukraine presents new opportunities for Ankara’s transatlantic credentials
Only a firm framework of integration can bring long-term stability to the Balkans – this is as relevant today as it was in 2003, when EU leaders offered membership to all countries in the region
Following a recent dispute over a $1 billion loan to Montenegro, the EU has an opportunity to take a more systematic approach to the growing Chinese presence in the Western Balkans