Europe is grappling with how to uphold the Iranian nuclear deal without the United States.
As the dust settles from the European elections, it is important to stand back from immediate political battles and assess the longer-term implications for European democracy.
Ukraine’s recently elected President Volodymyr Zelenskiy remains largely unknown in European capitals. His true colors will come through only after Ukraine’s parliamentary election later this year.
As fears of terrorism intensified, EU member states have demanded a European policy solution to questions around encryption.
Europe should use the election victory of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to reaffirm its values of peace, democracy, and human rights by continuing to support Ukraine’s emergence into a European state.
Join Carnegie for a timely conversation on whether the arrival of a new Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, can help break the deadlock.
If anything, growing fragmentation in the European Parliament means that the prospects for any serious EU reform agenda seem even less promising over the next few years.
In May 2019, citizens of the European Union will elect a new European parliament. How will the EU be governed after the election, and how might the new parliament impact the EU’s agenda over the next five years and its potential effects on the transatlantic relationship?
As the results of the European parliament elections come in, this election is seen as a pivotal moment for Europe and its future.
Moscow hopes the new European Parliament will take a softer line on rules and values that clash with Russian interests.