Italy’s new prime minister will likely push a softer Euroscepticism that focuses on what Europe can realistically achieve by granting more powers to national governments.
The Ukraine war could shatter some of the long-standing assumptions of Mackinder’s Heartland Theory, with major ramifications for Europe’s future.
Warsaw must honour its commitments to Brussels so that it can continue to guide the coming hours in Europe.
Scotland may wish to be independent, but does the rest of the world wish to deal with an independent Scotland?
Kyiv’s path to EU membership must be verifiably rigorous in a way that strengthens not just Ukraine but the bloc as a whole.
Early pan-European solidarity is showing signs of strain as the focus of the Ukraine war shifts toward the east.
In the current Ukraine crisis lies an opportunity to build a new and lasting security architecture in Europe.