European governments should clearly communicate their opposition to a potential Turkish military incursion into Sinjar, which would undermine the government in Baghdad while failing to remove the PKK from the area
The European Union should be in no hurry either to engage with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime or to force a diplomatic crisis. Rather than vacillating between resets and crackdowns, the EU should pursue a strategy of “principled indifference”
The virtual roundtable, "China in Europe’s periphery. How China became a power in the Western Balkans", will bring a small group of experts, officials, NGO and media representatives together in a discussion on China’s embedding in the region.
If he had thoughts of leaving the Kremlin prior to the Navalny assassination attempt, Vladimir Putin likely now sees no exit for himself
The results of this week’s election could be transformative for Kosovo – but the challenges facing its new leaders are daunting
What lessons can be drawn from Josep Borrell’s controversial visit to Moscow?
In an environment in which European and American interests are not always the same, it is short-sighted and dangerous for Bulgarian leaders to question their country’s geopolitical alignment
Berlin has no will to rethink its long-held assumption that it can somehow improve Europe-Russia relations by engaging with Moscow from a position of weakness and betting on the benefits of long-term economic ties
By appointing a special representative for Crimea, the EU would show its commitment to standing by its partners and rejecting Russia’s violations of international law
Offering ‘resets’ to Russia does not work. On the contrary, a more muscular approach to the country will yield results