On Europe & Security
No, the Sky Isn’t Falling
The Law and Justice party’s sweeping victory in Poland will reshape the country’s politics, but predictions of a euroskeptic lurch are premature.
The largest audience for Putin’s Syrian concerto isn’t in the Middle East or the U.S. but in Europe.
The U.S. Should Invest in a Europe Strategy
Left to its own devices by the U.S., Europe has once again become a problem continent. The Transatlantic community needs to re-discover its common bonds in collective security.
After the Summit
With new EU memberships now essentially off the table, the EU’s Eastern Partnership is on its last legs.
Poland Picks U.S. Missile Shield
Poland’s selection of the Patriot system for its AMD program will strengthen defense cooperation with the U.S. It’s also a sign that Warsaw takes its collective defense duties seriously.