All Stories

Quo vadis European energy crisis?

In the latest twist and turn of the Brazilian telenovela called “EU energy crisis”, on July 30, Russian gas provider Gazprom announced a halt...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

The lessons China learned

Various U.S. and European officials have repeatedly declared that they were not simply aware that China was observantly following the events of Ukraine, but...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

The lessons from the negotiations on the ban of…

After a few weeks spent with intense debates, the leaders of the EU finally managed to reach an agreement on the sixth sanctions package...
Leslie Zelinka
4 min read

Ukraine’s EU dreams: supported in theory, but how to…

On her surprise visit to Kyiv, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen tried to sound as positive as she could, reassuring President Zelensky...
Leslie Zelinka
4 min read

Key takeaways from Davos

As COVID-19 is (un)officially over, world leaders and experts could finally meet in person on the World Economic Forum’s Annual meeting in Davos. Taking...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

A new NATO enlargement in sight?

The actual wordings varied, but the meaning was the same. Turkey is causing problems for Finland and Sweden’s plans to join NATO. Turkey threw...
Marta Loeb
3 min read

Fighting inflation … with the help of China?

On May 18, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on the U.S. and its European allies to confront China together. That’s something the American...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

A few thoughts prompted by the nomination of Karin…

Karin Jean-Pierre has assumed office on May 13 as White House Press Secretary. As media follows every little change in the White House, especially...
Leslie Zelinka
4 min read

This website uses cookies to provide user authentication. Please indicate whether you consent to our site placing cookies on your device and agree with our Privacy Policy. To find out more, please read our Privacy and Cookie Policy