To fulfil its true potential, the EU needs to end its strategic cacophony and focus on capability building
Summary With anti-Europeans on their way to winning more than one-third of seats in the next European Parliament, the stakes in the May 2019 election…
Europeans remain unwilling to renew their thinking on nuclear deterrence, despite growing strategic instability. Their stated goal of “strategic autonomy” will remain an empty phrase until they engage seriously on this matter
Great power competition is increasingly shaping Europeans’ security environment, while other security threats are also on the rise, from terrorism and cyber attacks to climate change
A critical mass of countries agree on the need for more flexible cooperation, but what could it look like?
European leaders are underestimating the danger that Trump presents to the transatlantic alliance and assuming too much continuity in the event of a Clinton presidency
In the midst of a Schengen crisis, how do Europe's member states see the future of Europe's visa-free travel area?