Category Archives: Europe

Reform as resilience: the EU’s Eastern Partnership

     

After a year of diplomacy dominated by the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the EU’s Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit in Riga on May 21–22 will focus on the wider challenges of the surrounding… Read more »

Azerbaijan silencing critics – the Real Baku 2015

     

Human rights groups are planning to convene a major protest in Brussels against repression in Azerbaijan on May 12, one month before the commencement of the European Games in Baku…. Read more »

Pan-European Order at the Crossroads: statehood first?

     

Should the trans-Atlantic democracies re—examine the post-Cold War commitment to a Europe whole and free? The year 2014 confronted European policy-makers with a qualitatively altered situation. For the first time… Read more »