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

European Union Tries Rebooting the Economy

The EU doubles-down on debt – but with new strategies for job creation, sustainability and innovation
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
January 27, 2015

Charlie Hebdo Attacks Stir Resolve and Contemplation

Greatest threat of Paris terror attacks: Panic and limits on democratic rights and freedoms
Stathis N. Kalyvas
January 15, 2015

French Warships in Doldrums

As France shelves contract with Russia for two warships, allies could help find new ports for Mistrals
Andreas Kuersten
January 1, 2015

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Belgium Walloons Block Key EU Ceta Trade Deal with Canada

Concern about trade deals, lost jobs, lower wages, arbitration rules and corporate power
October 24, 2016

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

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