October 19, 2023Poland
After nearly a decade in power, Poland’s dominant Law and Justice Party fell short of a new mandate in 2023. A new multi-party coalition government is likely to draw closer to the European Union.
July 24, 2023Russia
Will Ukraine’s international backers use billions of dollars in seized Russian assets to support rebuilding the war-ravaged country?
December 13, 2022European Union
Europe has long been reliant on Russian natural gas, but the war in Ukraine is forcing governments to look for different energy sources.
February 18, 2021United States
President Biden has vowed to diversify the top ranks of government agencies. The small and shrinking number of senior Black diplomats, in particular, could undermine U.S. foreign policy goals.
March 18, 2022Europe and Eurasia
A Kremlin crackdown on independent media is walling off Russians from the truth about the country’s widely condemned invasion of Ukraine, but Western-funded media outlets are ramping up efforts to ci…