Russia’s Turbulence Could Drive Sustainable Development

Hard times combined with falling oil prices could encourage Russia to lead in sustainability
Anastasia Okorochkova
April 14, 2015

Divided Europe Mired in Crises

Europe seeks influence, yet fails to strengthen institutions to stabilize economic and regional security
Chris Miller
March 17, 2015

Alienated Muslim Youth Seek Purpose, Thrills in Joining Jihad

Youth confronting poverty, unemployment, social disdain grasp at extremists’ promises of a higher mission
Joji Sakurai
February 19, 2015

New Ceasefire Points Toward Frozen Conflict in Ukraine

French, German, Russian, Ukrainian leaders announce ceasefire, but that may not end Russia’s controlling ways
David R. Cameron
February 12, 2015

Economic Interests Attract China to Russia, Not Edgy Policies

China pursues a non-alliance policy, in no way obliged to follow Russia on confrontation with the West
Wang Yiwei
February 3, 2015

Germany’s Nationalist Movement Rides on a Wave of Islamophobia

Muslims have become easy scapegoat for economic worries in Germany – and elsewhere in Europe
Frank Griffel
January 29, 2015

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The Growing Gap Between Town and Country

Diverse cities thrive on connections, not walls
Ronald Brownstein
September 26, 2016

Britain Approves Controversial Chinese-Financed Nuclear-Reactor, With a Catch

New British energy deal with China approved by skeptical May
Griff Witte
September 22, 2016

Brexit Vote Revives Dream of EU Army

EU members must decide whether to contribute separate forces or fund a united force
Jonathan Marcus
September 9, 2016

A Problem for Merkel and Germany

Populists win over voters with narrow agendas and promises of quick fixes
Sebastian Fischer
September 7, 2016

The Battle of the Burkini

Anti-Muslim rhetoric is framed in the language of human rights
Ian Buruma
September 6, 2016

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