Tom Wright from Brookings will discuss how the United States and its allies should adjust their strategy to preserve and strengthen the international order in a more geopolitically competitive world.
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Yet again the euro crisis has eroded Europe’s image, soft power and capacity to pursue its interests on the world stage. But the third annual edition of ECFR’s European Foreign Policy Scorecard, which evaluates European influence in an increasingly competitive world, finds that the picture is uneven:
On what issues and in which regions did European nations succeed in projecting their power? Which countries were the foreign policy leaders, and which were the slackers that held back the rest? What was the impact of the euro crisis on Europe’s global influence?
The main findings of the Scorecard:
The Scorecard examines 79 individual aspects of European foreign policy in six broad areas: relations with China, Russia, Wider Europe, Middle East/North Africa, and the US, and performance in multilateral institutions and in crisis management. The authors award grades for overall performance and label individual countries “Leaders” or “Slackers” depending on whether they lead or hinder Europe’s ability to achieve its interests on particular goals.
“A pioneering experiment in foreign policy analysis”Foreign Affairs
“An invaluable tool that expands our knowledge of EU foreign policy”Javier Solana
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