Heather Grabbe is director of the Open Society European Policy Institute in Brussels and director of EU affairs. She was senior advisor to Olli Rehn when he was Commissioner for enlargement. She previously wrote on EU-Turkey relations while deputy director of the Centre for European Reform.
The long reach of Orbán’s referendum experiment
Orbán’s anti-Brussels rhetoric never contains any hint of Huxit; he would have too much to lose. But it affects the...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The deep roots of Macedonia's current turmoil – and the way forward
The country must avoid just replacing the driver in the seat of a captured state machinery - by increasing inclusion...
Turkey's twitter generation is its European future
The protests might even help to revive Turkey's moribund accession process to the EU.
Europeans’ love-hate relationship with interdependence
Europeans both love and hate globalisation. They benefit from mobility across cosmopolitan Europe and there can be...