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Andrew A. Michta
On Europe & Security
Of Immigration and Nation-States
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Europe’s “Suspended Communities”

The imperative of integrating immigrant communities in Europe into their host nation’s cultures has taken on a new urgency.

European Disunion
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Germany Holds the Key to Europe’s Future

The EU’s sense of reprieve after the French Election is an illusion.

New World Disorder
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The Deconstruction of the West

The greatest threat to the liberal international order comes not from Russia, China, or jihadist terror but from the self-induced deconstruction of Western culture.

European Bellwethers
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Immigration Fatigue Defines Dutch Elections

No matter the outcome, tomorrow’s parliamentary elections in the Netherlands will widen the divisions between European elites and publics.

European Disunion
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Germany’s Dilemma

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

European Disunion
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Acculturation Is Key to Integration

Europe needs a new consensus on immigration policy.

Forget the Status Quo
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Europe’s Security Dilemma

The presidential election shattered the assumption that the United States would remain committed to European security no matter what. Now Europe has a decision to make.

The Transatlantic Moment
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The United States and Europe Need Each Other

If the U.S. is to meet the global security challenges to come, the next President must make strengthening the alliance with Europe a priority.

MENA Migration Crisis
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Europe’s Immigration Fatigue

Europe continues to fragment as an anti-immigrant backlash gathers strength.

Of Peasants and Pitchforks
A Wake Up Call for Western Elites

Rebellion is stirring in the West, and maybe that’s not a bad thing.

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Red Line Redux

Maybe, just maybe, enforcing specific norms against wanton barbarity with threats and demonstrations of violence can work well.

Big Brother Is Watching

China is developing new ways to expand its authoritarian reach, with the pervasive use of facial-recognition technology to track and change its citizens’ behavior.

U.S.-Indian Relations

The U.S.-India summit presented a series of red flags to Pakistan and China.

South Korean Politics

South Korea’s new liberal president is feeling the heat from organized labor, as the blue model cracks up in the country.

Affairs of State

The incoherence of the U.S. approach to Qatar raises questions about the Administration’s approach.

Knock-on

America’s petrochemical industry is booming, thanks to fracking.

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