Technological change is already having far-reaching effects on the international balance of power. If the EU is to become a true geopolitical actor, it cannot shy away from these challenges
New technologies are a significant force shaping international relations. If the EU wants to be more than a mediator between the US and China, it will need to change its mindset.
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
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
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