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European Disunion
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Europe Is Eroding from the South

The most serious challenge to the European project is not in the Netherlands or France.

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Germany’s Dilemma

National politics have shaken to the core the once-confident German vision for deeper EU integration.

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Acculturation Is Key to Integration

Europe needs a new consensus on immigration policy.

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Back in the USSR

Is the European Union heading for a Soviet-style collapse?

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Brexiting Britain

The futures of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland are still up in the air.

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Greek Mess Still Unresolved

Europe has wasted almost a decade since the euro crisis first surfaced, and the problems of the currency are nowhere close to being solved.

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An Avoidable Catastrophe

How Europe’s infectious institutionalization of irresponsibility is perpetuating the migrant crisis.

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Putin Smiles as Crisis Takes Moldova

Western fecklessness gives Putin powerful weapons in a struggle that would otherwise be hopeless.

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The Left Goes Euroskeptic

Europe’s political left has been a reliable defender of European integration against its right-wing critics. The Greek economic meltdown might soon change that, facilitating instead a rapprochement between the political left and the Euroskeptics.

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Asia's Game of Thrones

Taiwan has been engaging in military drills this week around Taiping Island, its major foothold in the South China Sea—and Vietnam is having none of it.

Power Problems

What a new bankruptcy means for the American (and global) nuclear power industry:

Fear the Airpocalypse

But how much trust can we put in European emissions testing?

Asia's Game of Thrones

Li Keqiang’s trip Down Under aimed to shore up Australian support for Chinese trade, with mixed results.

Political Economy

If America’s economic momentum persists, Trump may once again prove harder to stop than his opponents imagine.

Reforming China

Even a Chinese state think tank speaks the ugly truth.

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