Despite hype around the fall of the transatlantic world order, relations between the U.S. and Europe are thriving, argues Jussi M. Hanhimäki in his newest work. Cara Fitzgerald reviews. … More Book Review: “Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era”
As protests against Belarusian President Lukashenko continue, Anna Nadibaidze argues that the EU should take a stronger stance to support the opposition. … More Belarus is at a Crossroads. Europe Should Support the Side of Democracy.
A controversial 2016 deal between Turkey and the E.U. has slowed the flow of refugees to Europe. But as recent violence in Greece reminds us, the crisis is far from over. … More Note to Brussels: The Refugee Crisis Isn’t Over Yet.
Through the use of cars and trucks as instruments of mass murder, recent terror attacks are distorting how we perceive and inhabit public spaces, writes Madeline McSherry. … More When Cars Become Weapons of Terror
Despite warnings about the E.U.’s impending demise, things on the continent are looking up. Madeline McSherry explains why Europeans should celebrate without getting complacent. … More Why Europe Should Enjoy the Honeymoon But Keep it Short
In the U.K. general election, the Tories won the most seats, and Labour rejoiced in a Corbyn victory. But is there really much to celebrate? Marija Antanaviciute explains why the election result is bad news for Britain. … More U.K. General Election: The Winner Takes… Nothing?
Who’s to blame for the rise of right-wing, nationalist leaders?
The Left, argues Alexandra Vlada. … More By Not Listening, the Left Let the Likes of Marine Le Pen Flourish
Amid the uncertainty around Brexit, people are turning to simplistic metaphors to describe and explain what will happen. But such language isn’t providing clarity: it’s limiting our ability to imagine peace in Europe, argues Madeline McSherry. … More Tragic Divorce or WWII? Understanding Brexit Through Metaphors