The EU’s defense forces are struggling to recruit, and immigrants are often eager to serve.
FP contributor Vauhini Vara appears on The E.R. to discuss her story “Germany’s Family Feud.”
A new wave of historical dramas is telling the wrong stories about the country’s past.
What a long-lost magazine teaches us about demagoguery and our response to it.
Family reunification for refugees is no longer a given. But keeping relatives apart hurts host countries as well as newcomers.
Germany is poised to become Europe’s first line of defense, but facing down a revanchist Russia will require more spending and better coordination among NATO allies.
My government wants to ban accusations of Polish wartime complicity for the sake of honoring history.
The front-runner to lead Europe’s central bank doesn't seem to believe in central banking.
From Nazis to Newt Gingrich, a brief survey of the many ways government-by-the-people can perish from the earth.
Italians are rearranging the deck chairs as their country irrevocably sinks.
An annual security gathering in Munich has become the new hot spot for top intelligence officials meeting in the shadows of a public event.
When it comes to Iran sanctions, the EU must satisfy Trump’s demands. Access to the U.S. financial system hangs in the balance.
In part one of our two-part Olympics series, print editor Sarah Wildman calls up two historians to ask what we can learn from past games ahead of the kick off in South Korea on February 9.