In her review of the Munich Security Conference, Ulrike Gu?rot argues that the US reassured Europe of its commitment to a multilateral approach to foreign policy. But how visible, deep and quick will the change in transatlantic relations be?
This week?s Munich Security Conference offers a platform for transatlantic change. Ulrike Gu?rot discusses three necessary paradigm shifts.
Obama will be barraged with ?wish lists? from around the world following inauguration. Ulrike Gu?rot argues the case for transatlantic relations.
Ulrike Gu?rot urges the Czech Republic, the current holder of the EU Presidency, to ratify the Lisbon Treaty
Ulrike Gu?rot warns that there is no vision for Europe without the leadership tandem
From a German perspective, the Mediterranean Union seems to have launched surprisingly well. An article in German.
The French EU presidency will only be successful if the Franco-German engine refloats
Europe’s citizens – and the world – need an EU that can act more effectively abroad. Failure by European leaders to create such a Union would have serious repercussions.
CDU’s new draft National Security Strategy is a useful document but one that seems to be ignoring the benefits of being part of the EU
The EU’s success will be measured against its ability to act on the global stage, so its governments will have to allocate more towards a common EU foreign policy