- Daily Brief
- October 14, 2019
As the 2015 European migrant wave recedes, a fresh crisis may be swelling on the horizon.
Madrid will eventually have to offer Catalans further autonomy to deter independence activists.
It’s back to the future when it comes to the Bundestag’s likely post-election composition.
Athens is struggling to deal with rising extremism fueled by the economic crisis.
Russia is looking to build a more friendly security status quo after the NATO Summit.
President Macron needs a working majority to pass his ambitious reforms – or risk losing it all.
PM May’s bid for a legislative majority is exposing the cracks splintering British society.
For the winner of tomorrow’s French presidential election, the hard work is yet to begin.
NATO should beware Russian cyber-attacks on the digitally dependent Baltics.
The greatest threat to NATO is neither Russia nor terrorism but neglect.
Socialist Party members will decide the next French president – but the winner is unlikely to be a Socialist.
With a flurry of elections, Europe will be the place to watch in 2017.