Europeans have responded to the death of the INF treaty with seeming indifference – and are expressing their reluctance to accept that nuclear issues are back on the agenda
As the nominee to serve as the EU's next high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell will have an opportunity to update Europe's approach to foreign policy. Chief among the challenges facing the bloc is the reassertion of its own sovereignty in an age of great-power politics.
An unpredictable US, rising China and revanchist Russia pose serious strategic challenges
Now that Ursula von der Leyen has been appointed European Commission President, European governments must turn their focus on how Europe can stand up for itself and its citizens
To fulfil its true potential, the EU needs to end its strategic cacophony and focus on capability building
Seven key challenges lie ahead of von der Leyen who will have to invent a magic formula to solve the political puzzles of the European Union
Introduction The last five years have not been kind to the European Union’s foreign policy. The EU has been less relevant, less active, and less…
In cooperation with European Foreign Ministries, the EEAS and Bruegel, “Strategic sovereignty: How Europe can regain the capacity to act” looks at the different ways that, in a world of superpower competition, Europe is in danger of becoming a plaything of other powers
The EU appears to be largely uninterested in AI’s geopolitical importance, but its member states can only influence the global development of AI if they act tog
The EU's lack of sovereignty is becoming a threat. Against the Trump administration and in the face of emerging economic and technological markets, the EU risks lagging behind.