China’s recent personal and economic sanctions have sent a strong message to Europeans, but there are concrete ways for the EU to build up its resilience against economic coercion
China is ramping up the pressure on European decision-makers, academics, and companies. The EU must move quickly to build its resilience against such economic coercion.
This year’s election could catapult the Greens to power – but it may not be enough to bring about the reforms Germany needs
Europe needs to enhance its toolbox for protection against economic coercion, carefully balancing its strategy in five areas
Promoting the international role of the euro: Ideas for substantive progress and greater sovereignty
Strengthening the euro would reduce the power imbalance between Europe and its international partners and competitors
This could be the moment to build a more balanced transatlantic relationship, with Europeans showing the US where we need it to engage, and how – rather than simply waiting for cues from Washington
Germany and Europe must defend themselves against US sanctions. They can strengthen their armoury in two ways.
There are at least 11 different ways the United States could use economic weapons to harm China in the coming years
By defining legal limits, the Constitutional Court has forced the German government to reconsider its European policy – to make political decisions on Europe where it has the power to do so
Great power rivalry has not abated even amid the coronavirus. To survive the economic conflict between China and the US, Europe must make its preparations now.