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A Demography Dilemma
Europe in the Shadows of Middle East Immigration

The demographic crisis affecting E.U. countries will not be solved by the many young immigrants coming from North Africa and the Middle East.

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A Continent in Flux
The Twilight of an Era in Europe

Four key currents are reshaping and redefining the European project, whether Europe’s leaders like it or not.

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A Failure to Govern
The Crisis of Elite Authority in the West

The indolence of our political class lies at the center of the systemic dysfunctions bedeviling Western democracies.

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What Europe Needs to Do
Five Priorities for Europe’s Transatlantic Strategy

Europe needs to step up its game in terms not just of its own regional security but global security as well.

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After a Chaotic Decade
The West Needs a Strategy

A decade of setbacks for the West abroad and at home point to the urgent need for coordinated and coherent strategic thinking.

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Sovereignty Redux
Germany and the Return of a Europe of Nations

The growth of “populism” in European politics is better described as a response by Europe’s populations to Germany’s increasingly dominant position on the Continent.

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The Insecurity of the West
Losing the Nation-State

The liberal international order cannot survive the unraveling of strong national communities that are the baseline of democratic government.

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Of Immigration and Nation-States
Europe’s “Suspended Communities”

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

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European Disunion
Germany Holds the Key to Europe’s Future

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

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New World Disorder
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.

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