The discussion, organized by the Rome Office of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and LUISS School of Government, features the presentation of ECFR’s 2023 European Sentiment Compass
La conferenza è l’evento finale del progetto “Rome Foreign Policy Club: Gruppo di riflessione strategica su Italia, multilateralismo e interconnessioni”, con focus sugli scenari globali e per il Mediterraneo allargato dopo l’invasione dell’Ucraina
On the outside looking in: Why NATO should invite Ukraine to join the alliance at the Vilnius summit
NATO should offer an invitation to Ukraine to join to create the conditions for a lasting peace
Italy’s politics and social media remain vulnerable to Russian influence. But opportunities exist to strengthen itself for the future.
How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022—and the conduct of the war since then—changed China’s support for Russia and its wider outlook on the world? What lessons can Europe learn from China’s relationship to Russia?
A form of membership offer to Ukraine at NATO’s Vilnius summit will acquire an inexorable momentum of its own
European citizens are adapting slowly to the new geopolitical landscape. But leaders have an opportunity to build public consensus on Europe’s approach to China, the US, and Russia
Amid the US-China strategic competition, the EU must develop a new strategic technology doctrine and upgrade its export control policy
With the war in Ukraine well into its second year, European politicians from across the political spectrum are still eager to show their support for the country. But a battle for the soul of Europe is brewing beneath the surface, and next year’s European Parliament elections could serve as its first battleground.
Russia’s war on Ukraine is a test of European values. The way European governments respond is critical for European sentiment, unity, and solidarity with Ukraine