Ukraine and Moldova EU bids face opposition from countries like Hungary and stiff requirements on institutional reform.
The EU’s inability to decisively commit to bolstering Ukraine reflects the wider contest over Europe’s vision of a future of the world order.
French President Emmanuel Macron leaves China with little apparent progress on a diplomatic resolution to the Ukraine war.
Subsidies are not without problems, even for China. They produce unintended losers and make the market less competitive and more inefficient as a whole.
The EU and NATO have been playing mutually reinforcing, complementary roles in the Russia-Ukraine war. But differences among member states could hinder future coordination.
Aiming to catch up with China, both the EU and U.S. are turning climate policy into industrial and trade strategy.
EU accession will a long, difficult process for Ukraine. It will have to implement tough reforms, including anti-corruption measures.
The U.S. has been the largest donor to Ukraine since the war began, but far-right legislators like Marjorie Taylor Green are increasingly vocal against Ukraine aid.
Boris Johnson promised to deliver Brexit by October 31. But the possibility of a no-deal Brexit is rising.