The rift between Europe and the United States over Iran is deepening. To regain leverage, the Europeans should engage all eight Gulf states in talks about regional security and nonproliferation.
There have been plenty of instances of democratic slippage during the pandemic. If the democracies experiencing these problems can’t reverse course, the political consequences will be severe
Join Carnegie for a live-streamed conversation about the transatlantic economic responses to the pandemic with Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, and Lawrence H. Summers, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.
The coronavirus pandemic has only made U.S. relations with Europe worse, but there is still time to right the ship.
Although China’s aid offers have generally been welcomed by those leaders struggling to contain the outbreak, it is still far too early to conclude that Beijing is actually winning over any European hearts and minds.
What are the lessons from East Asian countries on their management of the coronavirus crisis and can the early methods that many of them deployed to avoid full lockdown be useful for Europe?
Hungary's parliament last week gave Prime Minister Viktor Orban the power to govern by decree.
The view of senior European diplomats in Washington is that the Trump administration’s focus on isolationism, protectionism and burden sharing was a reflection of wider changes in Americans’ view about United States’ role in world
International criminal organizations are now exploiting the coronavirus crisis. The corrupt and criminal entities that thrive on illicit financial flows, or the transfer of illegally earned money across borders, can seize the moment.
The cancer on Hungarian democracy preceded the virus, and we did too little to try to stop it sooner.