Five German and European Priorities for the Transatlantic Agenda
The Corona Pandemic Changes the Landscape of Groups and Coalitions in the EU
Acknowledging Controversies – Pursuing Shared Interests
The EU responds with a blunt sword to dubious moves by member-states of the kind recently observed in Poland. Kai-Olaf Lang lays out some guidelines under which the blunt sword could become an effective instrument for protecting democracy.
“Cooperative Confrontation” as the Guiding Principle beyond the Riga Summit
Why Berlin Can't Save Europe Alone
Poland's Euroatlanticism in Transition
Trends and Implications