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

Razing of Calais ‘Jungle’ Camp Relocates Migrant Crisis

France still faces intrinsic problems on integrating refugees into French society
Noemie Bisserbe and Stacy Meichtry
November 1, 2016

Germany Struggles to Find United Stance on Russia

Merkel’s opponents eye Russia’s energy and hope economic cooperation will reduce aggression
Christiane Hoffmann, Peter Müller, Ralf Neukirch, Christoph Pauly, Christoph Reuter, Mathieu von Rohr and Christoph Schult
October 27, 2016

The Decline of the West, and How to Stop It

Cooperation, needed more than ever before, is eroding
Javier Solana and Strobe Talbott
October 25, 2016

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