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Political Pendulum
The New New Europe

Centrist, pro-EU parties are emerging in the Visegrad countries. Can they gain traction?

Unfounded Fears
The Great Global Governance Scare

The fear of “global governance” runs rampant among conservatives and libertarians, as if an unaccountable global autocracy was just around the corner. It’s not.

Whole and Free
A Post-Nationalist Europe Is Not a Globalist Europe

Simple traps American critics of the EU should avoid.

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Coming to the Rescue
How Conservatives Can Save the EU

And why wishing for its demise is a mistake.

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Meanwhile in Europe
All Is Forgiven?

The premature rehabilitation of Viktor Orbán and company.

Europe's Future
Let Data Flow

Europe shouldn’t sacrifice the future of its digital economy for short-term political posturing.

NATO
The Defenseless “New Europe”

NATO’s newest members aren’t spending enough on defense, and what is being spent on defense isn’t being spent wisely or well.

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European Disunion
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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The Brexit
Playing with Fire

The EU certainly needs reform, but David Cameron’s use of the Brexit threat to get his way is unlikely to serve the UK well, much less Europe.

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Advantage: Russia
What Happened to New Europe?

Once the toast of Washington, the post-communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe are at risk of descending into corruption and drifting into Russia’s orbit.

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