President Obama’s surge deserves European backing. But in return, EU governments should demand an international commission, like the Iraq Study Group, to develop a political strategy and report back in a year.
The authors of the latest issue of China Analysis argue that Western concerns over “Chindia”
Despite dissimilarities between them, a G2 of China and the US haunts Europe
Obama’s China-Visit was more than an episode: it symbolises the end of a long era of global US leadership. The power vacuum will have to be filled by stronger global institutions. A piece in German.
Nous sommes face ? la cons?cration d’un mythe fondateur, celui d’une superpuissance
The EU should commit itself to a ?civilian surge’, but with Afghan rather than European civilians
The Afghan experience will leave Europe?s armed forces drained and in search of a new purpose. Insufficient political will and empty state coffers will hamper rejuvenation
The world crisis and its impact on Asian regional integration and economic security: An article for the Asia-Pacific Security Forum 2009
The international community needs to get serious about helping Afghanistan and stop rewarding human rights abuses
“G2” is this year’s world order catchphrase. The ‘other’ international power duopoly will end in tears for Russia.