My Republica

Dominique Moisi

All eyes on Italy

June 10, 2018 01:00 AM

The rest of Europe tends to ignore Italy when things go well and to underestimate the potential consequences when things go badly

What Macron needs

May 9, 2018 00:30 AM

By establishing himself as a voice of reason, moderation, and responsibility, Macron tried to lay the groundwork for his emergence as a real agent of change

Tackling populism

April 3, 2018 00:30 AM

Political elites on both sides of the Atlantic must recognize that it is they who are responsible for populism’s rise

Cynicism in Syria

February 5, 2018 00:14 AM

The situation in Syria today is a fundamentally cynical one. Erdoğan is taking whatever steps necessary to reinforce his own authority

Brexit abyss

January 1, 2018 00:22 AM

Brexit reveals a major dilemma of democracy. What is to be done when a country is deeply divided on a key question?

Two to tango

November 1, 2017 00:30 AM

It is not that France is too ambitious for Europe, but that Germany is not.

Radicalizing South Asia

October 4, 2017 00:15 AM

The good news for South Asia is that a “Middle Eastern” future is not inevitable

Europe, unite

August 29, 2017 00:30 AM

It is not enough to say, “We are all from Barcelona.” We must rather learn to say, “We are all Europeans”.

China card for Middle East

August 2, 2017 00:30 AM

What Middle East requires is a new framework for diplomacy—one with the strong backing from China.

New geopolitics of Europe

July 2, 2017 00:15 AM

Europe’s big problem, contrary to what many critics have claimed, has not been “too much Germany.” It has been “too little France”

The biggest threat

March 1, 2017 00:15 AM

The battle against Islamist terrorism should not overshadow the imperative to protect our democracies from right-wing populism