Using international stabilization forces to restore order in Libya, Syria or Nigeria, let alone two or more at once, in 2015 will prove to be a daunting task
Observers will be watching to see how the new coalition government in Sofia handles the controversial South Stream gas pipeline project
Seventy years after the dissolution of the national assembly and in spite of one decade of recovery, France appears to be again in a depressive spiral that nothing seems to stop.
An open letter urging the EU 3+3 countries and Iran to reach a final nuclear deal by 24 November
Blockade to ease, with severe oversight of rebuilding materials by Israel in what is basically an upgrade of Strip’s prison status
The first of four posts in the run-up to the Ukrainian elections on 26 October, where nothing less than the size, shape, strength and viability of the Ukrainian state itself is at stake.
A look at the delicate political negotiations of Bulgaria's 2014 parliamentary elections.
Hong Kong’s protests place Xi Jinping between a rock and a hard place, and Europe should be addressing it
A critique of Libya's “war on terror” and its inevitable complications.
Andrew Wilson on “Ukraine crisis: what it means for the West”