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European Union news and analysis from The Nation
August 23, 2022
Will Europe Fracture Over the War With Ukraine?
As winter looms, double-digit inflation and energy costs will test unity.
August 22, 2022
Balkan Dispatch: Bulgaria’s Crisis of Confidence
Caught between a Russian past and a NATO future, the poorest country in the EU faces a political crisis—and a struggle over competing visions of national pride.
July 7, 2022
Biden’s NATO Summit Divides the World Into Hostile Camps
With the home front fatigued, the alliance expands in Europe and campaigns to curb China’s rise.
Michael T. Klare
April 28, 2022
Why So Many Ukrainians Are Returning Home
Many Ukrainian men leave little behind when they head back.
March 28, 2022
Starve the Putin War Machine—and Save the Climate
Long overlooked, energy conservation is the best and fastest way to end the world’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels.
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February 1, 2022
The Exit From the Ukraine Crisis That’s Hiding in Plain Sight
A 2015 agreement between Russia and Ukraine can provide the best chance at a lasting peace.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
December 10, 2021
The Confrontation in Ukraine Is Political Theater Aimed at a Domestic Audience
But the danger of accidentally triggering a real conflagration remains terrifyingly high.
Nicolai N. Petro
September 15, 2021
Blinken and Biden Are Right: Afghanistan Is Not Saigon
But not in the way they think.
June 7, 2021
Is Scotland Closer to Independence?
Elections in Scotland confirmed the position of the nationalists. But what vision of an independent future are its supporters backing?
April 21, 2021
Letter From Italy
“It’s as quiet in our street as it was a year ago.”