If the West truly wants Ukraine to win, and quickly, it should urgently intensify its supply of weapons to the country
The EU needs a sanctions doctrine – a framework to set out the goals, means, and risks for the use of economic measures
Mark Leonard is joined by Nick Witney, Jana Puglierin, and Tara Varma, to evaluate the outcomes of the NATO Summit in Madrid, especially regarding European defence
European leaders’ need to sanction Russia is pushing them to develop alternative sources of fuel. They should not lose sight of the role that clean energy could play in this.
For the European project to stay the same, everything must change
The Non-Aligned Movement is one of the largest international forums in the world. As the European Union finds its geopolitical feet, it should work to treat developing countries as individual states with their own interests and objectives.
Governments across the world have powerful digital tools to control and repress their populations. The EU should treat this as an urgent security and political concern.
The EU’s enlargement policy will only remain effective if it judiciously manages its relations with Western Balkans countries
Warsaw is in a uniquely strong position to launch an ambitious initiative for the EU’s eastern neighbourhood. To do this, it will need to use its new image in Europe to good effect.
Russia’s war on Ukraine has weakened European governments’ commitment to EU climate goals. European leaders should intensify their efforts to build clean, sustainable energy security.