In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón analyse the potential consequences of the United Kingdom’s referendum to leave the European Union, arguing that the consequences might not be so dramatic as often alleged, particularly if carefully-considered political and strategic thinking is adopted in London and Brussels.
In this final Long Post in a five-part series on defence and the EU Global Strategy, Luis Simón argues that any European strategy must not neglect the geopolitically relevant spaces in between Europe and Asia.
In the context of the US ‘third offset strategy’ and the growing A2/AD ‘bubbles’ on Europe’s Eastern and Southern flanks, Luis Simón argues that the Europeans must re-assess their military assumptions and re-prioritise their capability development strategies.
In this article, Luis Simón argues that the United States’ move towards a new offset strategy on military-technology should trigger a paradigm shift in European capability development.
In this article, Luis Simón looks at the growing strategic importance of Europe-Japan relations in the context of the US rebalance to Asia.
In this article, Luis Simón argues that Europeans should move from a ‘maritime security’ to a ‘seapower’ mind frame if they are to achieve unhindered access to the global sea and oceans.
James Rogers and Luis Simón focus on the primacy of (geo)politics and argue that Europeans would do well to rediscover the art of the political.
In this article, James Rogers and Luis Simón argue that the Baltic states – as the West’s frontier – must be vigorously supported by the Atlantic Alliance, particularly in the face of Russian aggression and revisionism in Ukraine.
European Geostrategy’s five Senior Editors come together to appraise the geopolitical projections they made at the start of the year, focusing on the global and regional dimensions of European security.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simon appraise the significance of the United Kingdom in relation to the European Union, particularly in light of the debate surrounding the appointment of the President of the European Commission.