On Europe & Security
Moldova: Where Putin Could Score Next
A massive corruption scandal, a reeling pro-European government, and a breakaway region currently home to Russian troops: All the ingredients are in place for a crisis on NATO’s southern flank.
Twilight of the Elites
The rise of the political right in Europe signals a potentially enduring change in public sentiment that could reorder the core tenets of the European project.
Will the West Mobilize to Defend Itself?
The Paris attacks are another wake-up call for the West. We need to protect our borders, meet the enemy where he lives, and remind ourselves of the values we stand for.
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.