Mark Zuckerberg’s business prospects have dimmed considerably. That is welcome news.
Sergio Mattarella stays on as president, Mario Draghi remains prime minister. For Italy and Europe, this is the least bad outcome of Italy’s presidential election.
All wars are hybrid, but war — and the notion of hybrid — have changed.
Why the strategic situation in Europe today, occasioned by the standoff at the Polish-Belarus border, resembles 1914 more than that of the Cold War.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit maneuver is backfiring on store shelves and crippling the country’s logistics. But the British PM is a master of cynical, but well-timed distractions.
The EU’s foreign policy approaches to Iran and Afghanistan demonstrate the challenges for the world’s middle powers.
The weaker Recep Tayyip Erdogan is at home politically, the longer the list of the Turkish President’s transgressions gets.
How the old failings of the Greek state adapted to the era of European integration.
Why on earth are Merkel and Macron slamming the door to the EU shut for Europeans between the Aegean and Adriatic?