Brexit and Donald Trump’s Russophilia force Poland’s nationalists to set aside their suspicions of Berlin.
For the first time, the ruling nationalist party backs away from illiberal reforms in the face of opposition.
Austria’s presidential election revealed the same divides we saw in America. How do we heal those divisions?
Openness and pro-European sentiment can win, but only by mobilizing the whole center and left.
Analysis and commentary from the Atlantic Sentinel about two pivotal elections in Europe.
European nationalists see a kindred spirit in the American president-elect, but they shouldn’t expect any favors from him.
Southern European nations oppose fresh sanctions even though they have been least affected by them.
Nationalists in Hungary and Poland like to pretend Germany doesn’t exist. Czechs and Slovaks know better.
To fend off aggression from the east and protectionism in the south, Central Europe needs a partner close to home.
Poland’s Law and Justice party can’t let historical grievances stand in the way of an alliance with Germany.
Germany’s Social Democrats hope that accommodation will moderate Russia’s behavior. They’re wrong.
The four Central European member states recognize that Britain’s exit should give the bloc pause.