European Union (EU)

Snap Election Looms in Spain

Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, cc SPD Schleswig-Holstein, Flickr, modified,

Move over economics and austerity. The next election is going to revolve around questions of Spanish identity.

EU Takes Aim at Rule of Law Violators

Donald Tusk, CC Flickr EU2018BG Bulgarian Presidency, modified,

The EU is debating legislation that would freeze funding for member states that are backsliding on democratic norms. But will it come at the cost of widening the bloc’s internal divisions?

NATO’s Make-or-Break Moment

NATO Dragoon Ride 2016 Latvia, cc Flickr Kārlis Dambrāns, modified,

There’s a much more cost-effective option than pursuing an EU army: boosting defense budgets under the auspices of NATO.

EU-NATO Relations: Beyond Dependency?

Natoflags, cc Flickr Antonio C., modified,

The Trump era brings uncertainty over the future of the Atlantic Alliance, but it also brings new opportunities for fruitful EU-NATO cooperation.

Outlook 2019: More Struggles Ahead for the EU


Neither the major powerbrokers nor the peripheral member-states will succeed in pushing through much-needed reforms in 2019.

Navigating a Post-Merkel Germany

Merk, cc Flickr Αλέξης Τσίπρας Πρωθυπουργός της Ελλάδας, modified,

Chancellor Merkel leaves behind a far more precarious political order than the one she inherited in 2005.

The EU Defense Industry: In the Shadow of Brexit

Harrier, cc Flickr David Álvarez López, modified,

All of these best-laid plans from Brussels to bolster continental military capacity and foster a globally competitive European industrial base are imperiled by the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU.

Greece Elections – Outlook 2019 (December 26, 2018)

GPM-placeholder-podcast-bold copy

As part of the Outlook 2019 series, Zac and Nick discuss upcoming elections in Greece and the rise of anti-politics in an austerity-weary electorate.

The EU Defense Industry: Consolidation toward an ‘EU Army’?

FrenchMirage, cc Flickr Airwolfhound, modified,

Brussels is opting for a gradual, voluntary, and incentivized approach to developing the continental defense industry.

EU-Swiss Ties: Is Switzerland at a ‘Dead End’?

EuSwiss, cc Flickr Abhijeet Rane, modified,

Pressure is mounting on the old system of bilateral treaties cementing EU-Swiss relations, but there’s still no consensus over what will replace them.

More Stories
Back to Top


Lost your password?