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What does the eurozone’s future hold? It depends where you look. Political risks seem to be increasing, despite the improvements in Europe’s economy.
David Collins, Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London The triggering of Article 50 on time as promised by UK Prime
The 2017 presidential campaign will demonstrate, once again, that emotional appeals have become a necessary and accepted way to convince French voters.
It’s hard not to feel sympathy for Juncker. Still, his report is disappointing. It sidesteps the central challenge that the EU must confront and overcome.
The Russian cyber attacks that were meant to skew the 2016 US election toward Donald Trump have raised new concerns about conflicts in cyberspace. How might normative taboos, such as those against chemical and biological weapons, be adapted to the cyber realm?
he populist agenda is based on the deeply flawed premise that international cooperation and international trade are zero-sum games, producing only winners and losers.
Everything you need to know about the constitutional referendum in Turkey. What are the changes to Turkey's current constitution?
Today, over 150 journalists are incarcerated – many without an indictment, dozens have fled into exile and more than 150 media outlets have been shut down without judicial proceedings.
The global financial crisis that the US housing-market crash triggered in 2008 carried important lessons about how fragile the financial system is in the face of a housing-market collapse. Unfortunately, policymakers have not yet fully applied them.
There is a mistrust of Muslims within the Jewish community, reinforced at each extremist atrocity perpetuated by people claiming to be represent Islam. Likewise in the Muslim community, prejudice against Jews often isn’t far from the surface.
By Gülistan Gürbey, Adjunct Professor, Department of Political- and Social Sciences, Free University Berlin The harsh tone of President Erdogan and