As economic woes edge Turkey toward dialogue, the European Union has a long list of geopolitical issues to discuss.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Europe’s unpreparedness to confront a major crisis. The continent needs to learn lessons for future challenges.
The weakening of the institutional independence of the European Commission is damaging to European integration.
EU public diplomacy in Yemen cannot work as long as its policies convey an image at odds with the identity the European Union claims as its own.
Both Ireland and the European Union need their best team on the pitch as Brexit approaches the endgame.
The EU plans to use a CO2 border adjustment on imports to improve its budget. By doing so, it risks eroding the instrument’s credibility as a response to climate change.
A world led by a unified Europe would be a significantly better place than one mismanaged by a fragmented United States.
The calls to strengthen the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control must now be followed by action.
With the Digital Services Act, the European Union could enforce national laws online.
The coronavirus pandemic opens a window of opportunity to initiate structural changes in eurozone countries.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have provided the impetus toward European construction in a changing geopolitical landscape.
What’s in store for Central European economies beyond managing the pandemic, and when/how will their economies bounce back?
Which way will Boris Johnson turn when it comes to negotiating a post-Brexit deal with the European Union?
The landslide Conservative victory will transform the UK, threaten the EU and influence the US significantly.