The panel will adress the impact of the US-China trade war for Europe and Japan
The European army concept is ambiguous – what do European leaders actually want to achieve?
Transfer of power to Brussels may weaken member states, but it empowers citizens – it is a pity EU citizens do not know their own power
After years of economic symbiosis in which the US purchased low-cost Chinese imports and China purchased US Treasuries, China has begun to pursue the prerogatives of a superpower, and the US has responded in kind. As a result, both countries are becoming more alike, particularly in their belief that there can be only one winner.
Mittagsgespräch zu einer aktiveren europäischen Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik und der Zukunft des Multilateralismus
This week, the EU reached a political agreement on a framework for screening foreign direct investment at unprecedented speed, and took a step forward in building trust
'European army' is an empty phrase; what is actually needed is less talk and more action – more concrete projects to integrate defence efforts while avoiding careless talk
European sovereignty can only be attained with the consent of its peoples, and with the protection of social solidarity and security, says Council Member Georgi Pirinski
The European Union’s spending priorities in the next budget round could support both NATO’s changing defence requirements, and the EU’s standing with its own citizens, says ECFR Council Member Hanna Ojanen