While Ukraine burned, Russians were closely watching the fate of a Copenhagen camelopard.
An allegedly illiberal idea—and its liberal father.
Germany has grown more important—and publics have been more attuned to national, not collective, interests.
The Nobel Committee is trying too hard to send political messages.
Normally special-interest groups harmed by competition can fight free trade. Where did they go?
Cancelling the talks on a nuclear-free Middle East was a bad move.
A plot to kill Poland's leadership shocks a nation with no history of terrorism.
The young party is poised to be the new durable European protest movement. The Greens have competition.
As American power wanes, Washington is running out of ways to influence small European democracies.
The punditocracy gets it wrong again.
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