Jessica Abrahams / July 5, 2019
This argument has been made frequently since the refugee crisis but the evidence reveals a more complicated picture
The European Union must redefine its role on the continent and further afield
Every week Operation Car Wash brought a new list of arrests, and the country was enraptured. But dividing politicians into heroes and villains leads to bad politics
Dominic Hinde / July 1, 2019
Germany's domestic intelligence agency reported that the Nordkreuz group had obtained bullets and bodybags to prepare for an imagined "Day X." Now, the country must deal with something more powerful...
Kenneth Armstrong / June 28, 2019
The exit process from Europe was designed specifically to prevent this from happening
Christian Davies / June 27, 2019
The outcome could shape the nature and even existence of the European project
Sarah Raine / June 26, 2019
The focus is on contenders for the “big three” EU jobs but foreign and security policy will be just as crucial in the years ahead
Their agenda is driven not by strength but weakness and the result is playing out before our eyes
The key is to resist artificial deadlines from Tehran and give the formal mechanisms in the nuclear deal time to work through
Tony Walker / June 18, 2019
As America pledges to send in further troops, what do the escalating tensions tell us about US diplomacy—and could Trump come to regret it?