Just as they have on the economic recovery, Berlin and Paris must overcome their differences and present a courageous plan to create a Europe that takes decisive geopolitical action
This year’s Munich Security Conference showed once again that just two players will fight the global battle over tech. And guess who’s missing.
EU member states need to turn their declarations of intent about international cooperation on technological sovereignty into real projects
Macron’s and AKK’s distinct styles obscure a core agreement: threats to the transatlantic relationship mean that European countries must finally stand up and defend themselves
Troubles back home, not international affairs, will dominate Europe’s top security meetup
The European army concept is ambiguous – what do European leaders actually want to achieve?
Making it harder to attribute an attack to a perpetrator will have repercussions beyond non-state use
Beyond its borders, few agree that Germany has much to feel satisfied about when it comes to matching its actions to its leaders’ rhetoric
Germany – and all Europeans – need to get on with agreeing not only the technical rules around lethal autonomous weapons, but also whether we really want to delegate decisions over life and death to machines
German politicians struggle to endorse Emmanuel Macron’s proposal for a “European Intervention Initiative” not least because the term intervention sounds misleading in German