Can von der Leyen make a difference? Probably yes — but only modestly so.
How the old failings of the Greek state adapted to the era of European integration.
Why MEPs should avoid small-minded, backbiting politics as they elect the EU Commission President.
The CEE countries were left out of all top jobs in Brussels. As compensation, the top EU energy job should be filled by them.
Why Kyiv’s confrontation with Moscow in Eastern Ukraine will continue without an EU policy change.
Europe and the EU have undergone great changes in recent times. Here are five winners and five losers.
Despite some obstacles, it is likely that Ursula von der Leyen will lead the next European Commission.
A deal on how to fill the top jobs in Europe is almost across the line. The actual candidates however are somewhat surprising.
Why it’s right that neither Weber nor Timmermans get the nod to run the European Commission.