This event is the second webinar in a two-part series on current developments in the global use of economic coercion
This event is the first webinar in a two-part series on current developments in the global use of economic coercion
When the EU is dependent on external suppliers for its green and digital transitions, and for protecting its citizens’ health, it is in a weak geopolitical position
China’s recent personal and economic sanctions have sent a strong message to Europeans, but there are concrete ways for the EU to build up its resilience against economic coercion
China is ramping up the pressure on European decision-makers, academics, and companies. The EU must move quickly to build its resilience against such economic coercion.
What kind of countermeasures will protect Europe, keep markets open and support a functional global trade order?
Europe needs to enhance its toolbox for protection against economic coercion, carefully balancing its strategy in five areas
Promoting the international role of the euro: Ideas for substantive progress and greater sovereignty
Strengthening the euro would reduce the power imbalance between Europe and its international partners and competitors
European countries are increasingly coming under threat of economic coercion from great powers, as outlined in the latest ECFR’s policy brief. But what do we…
The EU should move quickly to consider and adopt a suite of tools to protect and enhance European sovereignty in the geo-economic sphere