How the European Union failed to deal with the collapse of Yugoslavia has lessons for the imperative of enlargement today.
The geopolitical impetus behind further EU enlargement meets formidable forces of inertia.
Behind the anticipated far-right victory in Sunday’s elections lie trends of wider concern.
Critical to the rebuilding of crumbled political pillars such as the Parti Socialiste in France is the installation of party democracy.
As Czechs go to the polls, a new politics is emerging across Europe, variously populist and technocratic.
The decision of the European Council, at French behest, not to begin accession negotiations for North Macedonia and Albania will have region-wide reverberations.