The new EU Commission looks good, but national governments remain in charge in Europe.
How Europe went from barbarity to civilization over the course of the 20th century.
Why is Britain’s prime minister opposing the European Commission head who is most favorable to the UK’s positions and interests?
Who will get the jobs that really matter in Brussels?
Is it wise for the French to display inertia on economic reforms, while hoping for the election of a new German government? The UK’s former Minister for Europe weighs in.