• Homelands – A personal history of Europe

    John West     |      September 17, 2023

    Europe made great progress towards becoming a “whole and free” continent during the 35 years after the collapse of Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe, but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine offers another inflection point. In his new book, Timothy Garten Ash argues that a Ukraine victory would offer the opportunity to renew efforts to create a “whole and free” Europe.

  • Strengthening ties with Europe

    Peter Jennings     |      December 18, 2021

    Putting more effort into our European ties would signal a new maturity in Australian foreign policy, breaking from the misguided 21st century obsession to narrow the focus to China.

  • Europe after Trump

    Colin Chapman     |      January 17, 2021

    Decision makers and opinion formers in Europe viewed the Trump presidency with increasing apprehension and disquiet, but problems and issues will remain long after Biden takes office.

  • A rocky year ahead for Europe

    Jacqueline Westermann     |      December 27, 2018

    It’s been a tumultuous 2018 in Europe, with Brexit straining Britain and the EU and Russia menacing its eastern borders. 2019 may offer some solutions, but could also see its problems worsening.