The EU has the ambition and potential to become a sovereign digital power, but it lacks an all-encompassing strategy for the sector, in which individual governments are still the key players
Fast-developing technologies such as artificial intelligence, cyber, and 5G/6G are already influencing diplomacy, geopolitics, and warfare, and are poised to affect the global balance of power.
The European debate on emerging technologies has so far primarily revolved around their economic and social consequences, and many EU member states have not yet evinced much interest in the geopolitical implications. Our work on technology focuses on the EU’s capacity to take advantage of the increasingly digital world.
In a future, states will likely become more transactional and try to force changes in behaviour from others in exchange for the use of a platform or supply chain
First part of a series jointly organised by the European Movement International and ECFR exploring the challenges the European Union is facing
On the path to Germany’s 5G network rollout, Berlin has made a misguided investment in Open RAN, an unproven telecoms industry concept that promises much but has so far produced little
An Oxford-style debate in cooperation with Intelligence² Germany
Dr Janka Oertel discusses with Dr Elli-Katharina Pohlkamp and Bonji Ohara the cooperation in the field of cybersecurity between two of the US closest allies
Making cyber security an integral part of a European approach to the Indo-Pacific could provide a framework for cooperation with EU partners in the region
How can the Portuguese presidency strengthen European strategic autonomy?
Zapraszamy na debatę o cyberbezpieczeństwie i współpracy UE-Japonia. Debata odbędzie się online z tłumaczeniem symultanicznym. Cyberbezpieczeństwo nie jest już problemem jedynie technicznym, ale stało się…
How have Japan and Europe - Poland in particular - been responding to cybersecurity threats? How can they strengthen their cooperation efforts and enhance mutual understanding – also among likeminded democratic partners?