What's Legitimate Criticism of Israel Vs. Antisemitism?
Both Israel's defenders and its critics need to allow for good-faith motives on the other side.
The Left's About-Face on Globalization
As the debate on globalization goes on, much of the Left has migrated from the outer fringes to the core.
Why Is China Policing My City?
China's prosecutorial ambitions reach far beyond what's allowed by international treaties.
Europe's Energy Disunion
How much is Europe willing to invest to definitively wean itself off Russian gas?
Ukraine's Shoddiest Supplier
The Ukrainians seem to be losing faith in Spain as a result of its overpromising and underdelivering.
A Tale of Two Border Crises
The droves of migrants reaching for a share of our recovering economies are made up differently. But Europe and America both traverse an inflection point in global migration patterns, and our failure to cope is eerily similar.
What Happened to Hungary's Christian Democrats?
The EU is in dire need of less parliamentary haggling and more constitutional foresight.
The EU Has Nobody to Blame But Itself for Its Vaccine Debacle
The EU's shifting of the blame toward AstraZeneca throughout last week's crisis was as baseless as it was pointless.
Europe's Year-End Blow to the West
The incoming Biden administration will have to make a difficult choice: either reset transatlantic cooperation to its pre-2016 status, or stand up to Beijing.
Is 'Strategic Autonomy' the Future of Europe?
The meaning of European "strategic autonomy," however, remains astoundingly unclear thanks to divisions within the EU—in particular, the opposing geostrategic persuasions of France and Germany.
The EU's Democratic Backsliding Against Poland and Hungary
The Euro-federalist consensus in Brussels is no doubt solid, but so is the determination of Poles and Hungarians not to be bullied.