Union in Crisis

Playing a blame game, scared European governments seem ready to throw weaker members out of the lifeboat
Jonathan Fenby
February 16, 2009

NATO’s Double Standards Make for a Hollow Alliance

The military alliance is only as strong and effective as its weakest links
Alexander Melikishvili
January 26, 2009

Headscarf Ban Misses the Point

France's proposed law illustrates cultural divide between the state and its Islamic population
Shada Islam
January 30, 2004

One Hand Clapping in the Caucasus

Global forces helped to push change, but the region’s long-term success is not assured
Kenneth Weisbrode
January 26, 2004

Hollande Blames ISIS for Attacks in Paris as Death Toll Rises

Europe and other global powers call for unity, but domestic politics may add challenges
Adam Nossiter, Aurelien Breeden and Nicola Clark
November 14, 2015

Crisis Without End: The Disintegration of the European Project

Historical precedents, the breakups of Austria-Hungary and Yugoslavia, suggest that a collapse of the EU is not unthinkable
Brendan Simms and Timothy Less
November 14, 2015

Hotspots: Europe Debates Initial Reception Centers for Refugees

Some EU members like Italy fear the centers could become long-term holding centers
Peter Müller
November 4, 2015

A Complicated Friendship Between China and Britain

Britain should be cautious about working with any foreign investors that rely on cyber-surveillance
James Richards
November 2, 2015

Islamic Group Blocked From Building “Britain's Biggest Mosque” in London

Strict sect opposes Muslim integration with non-Muslims
Andrew Gilligan
October 28, 2015