EU Migrant Crisis
Reprisal attacks against the Syrian government and renewed refugee flows into Europe are just two of the potential consequences of a deadly airstrike on Turkish troops in Idlib.
After a three-decade absence from the Horn of Africa, Italy is re-engaging with the region – and its ambitions go well beyond the issue of migration.
As one era draws to a close, the CDU leadership race teases a new one.
Upcoming elections are being billed as a fight for the country’s soul, but this is one battle that’s likely to end in stalemate.
In its singular focus on migration, Italy’s Mediterranean policy misses the forest for the trees.
Will Sweden be the next electoral pick-up for Europe’s far right?
Pedro Sanchez and the PSOE must find a workable solution to the migration issue; the future of social democracy in Europe may depend on it.
Stabilizing Libya to stem the flow of migrants to European shores may be the one thing that Rome and Paris can actually agree on.
Will Sebastian Kurz’ “axis of the willing against illegal migration” sound the death knell for the Merkel era in Germany?
We must reject extremist positions and become stronger defenders of our values and political tradition.