The domestic set-up in the US, with two dominant political parties, is not conducive to constructive engagement. It favors paralysis or overreach.
Will the “cathedral” – aka the EU – ever be completed? Is it worth the effort? Or might it fall down and bankrupt its builders?
Why it is not only smart, but mandatory for mature powers to stop being overly ambitious in the field of foreign policy.
In 2017, German Chancellor Merkel will assume the helm of her troubled country – for the fourth time. Unless she decides not to run.
Plenty of reasons why Europeans should be very wary to conclude this trade deal with the US.
Reflections on the negotiating style of the United States.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has been a steadfast advocate for constructiveness in the West Balkans.
Voters must stop expecting easy solutions from politicians. And politicians must stop pretending they have them.
What do European citizens and politicians need to think about after the British vote?