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June 27, 2024

France
Pivotal Elections for France—and Europe

French President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist government faces a resounding defeat in snap legislative elections, potentially creating a wave of turbulence in one of the European Union’s founding membe…

"Macron non" is written across vandalized posters in France.

June 4, 2024

Europe
Media Briefing: Biden in France, Future of Ukraine, and U.S.-Europe Relations

CFR experts discuss President Joe Biden's first state visit to France, U.S.-Europe relations, and the future of support to Ukraine.

Play French President Emmanuel Macron greets U.S. President Joe Biden during an official State Arrival Ceremony on the South Lawn at the White House in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

June 17, 2024

RealEcon
Inside Europe’s China Dilemma

The EU’s new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles signal a more cautious approach to trade with Beijing. 

People look at the newly unveiled Onvo L60 SUV, the first vehicle of Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Nio's new lower-priced brand.

June 10, 2024

France
How Will the EU Elections Results Change Europe?

Far-right advances in the European Parliament elections have destabilized politics in France, a longstanding pillar of the European Union, and highlighted fault lines in the bloc.

May 31, 2024

Immigration and Migration

December 1, 2023

Netherlands
What Do the Dutch Elections Mean for Europe?

Far-right candidate Geert Wilders emerged as the biggest political force in Dutch politics in November’s general elections. What does his win mean for the Netherlands and Europe?

September 27, 2023

Belarus
The Belarus-Russia Alliance: An Axis of Autocracy in Eastern Europe

Russia has renewed its long-stalled push for unification with Belarus, using the country as a launchpad for its war against Ukraine and a hardening bulwark against NATO rivals to the west.

Presidents Aleksandr Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin.

April 24, 2024

Mexico
Organized crime fuels Mexico’s election violence, plus Europe’s Southern Cone cocaine pipeline

Organized crime’s hold on local governments fuels record election violence; Europe’s cocaine pipeline shifting to the Southern Cone.

The Customs and Port Administration building in Montevideo, Uruguay, on January 3, 2024.

January 11, 2023

China
China’s Failed Influence Efforts in Central and Eastern Europe

Despite significant investment, China's attempts to cultivate influence in Central and Eastern Europe have faltered in recent years.

German Chancellor and Chinese Prime Minister stand beside each other in front of the German and Chinese flags.