When Christian Power Was Arrayed Against a Judeo-Muslim Ideology

Judeo-Muslim multicultural bonds were tested by Christian Portuguese rulers in 16th century India
Jonathan Gil Harris
July 30, 2015

Greece – A Mess With Consequences

Greece is both defiant and desperate; EU leaders wonder if the small economy is worth saving
David Dapice
July 7, 2015

The New Ukrainian Exceptionalism

Ukrainian leaders, under siege from Russian and separatist forces, resist constructive criticism
Matthew Rojansky and Mykhailo Minakov
June 23, 2015

Coalition in Turkey Could Alter the Country’s Foreign Policy Direction

Turkey’s coalition politics could swing right toward nationalism or left toward deals with Kurds and the EU
Chris Miller
June 18, 2015

Future of Two Unions, the EU and the UK, Hangs in Balance

The UK may set conditions for EU on immigration – or go its own way, losing global influence
Alistair Burnett
May 12, 2015

European Union Divided Over Greek Bailout

Stalemate on Greece: Fearing voters’ wrath, European leaders lack courage for a deal on austerity and bailouts
Chris Miller
April 16, 2015

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Brexit’s Big Winner? It Could Be New York City

London’s bankers may give up on Europe altogether
David Francis
October 21, 2016

Study: Borders in Europe Would Cost Up to $3.3 Billion a Year

Europe could expect losses in trade and travel
Valentina Pop
October 19, 2016

Warming Russia-Turkey Relations Send a Chill Through Ukraine

Geopolitics of pipelines are shaking up Europe
Fred Weir
October 18, 2016

Angela Merkel Tells African Union It Must Do More to Stop Migration to Europe

G20 expects Africa to ease migration pressures and back off from using force against protesters
Adam Withnall
October 17, 2016

Tens of Thousands Protest in Europe Against Atlantic Free Trade Deals

Europeans are skeptical about environmental and labor protections
Michael Nienaber
September 28, 2016

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