If we don’t want to end up sending troops, we need to step up support (in arms) now
We should make a careful distinction: Macron is not ruling out a military presence in Ukraine, not announcing a deployment. He is starting a conversation about the forms of support for Ukraine.
Camille Grand, Celia Belin and Jana Puglierin commenting on the Ukrainian conference in Paris
Only a cease-fire, which must be respected by all parties to the conflict, can guarantee the delivery of humanitarian aid without interruption
Samuel Žbogar reacts to the UN’s assessment of high risk of conflict-induced famine in Gaza
The wars unfolding now, while regional, have global repercussions, feeding into mistrust, misunderstanding and a “west versus the rest” narrative across the world
Nathalie Tocci reports from the Munich Security Conference
[Ukraine’s] Western partners are much more afraid of the prospect of Russian defeat than of the war as it stands, or even of an expansion or escalation
Bruno Maçães reflects on the two-year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine
European leaders pay attention to the political changes in Bulgaria. The Kyiv visit is a strong statement ahead of the PM rotation showing Bulgaria’s position on Ukraine remains unchanged.