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, Stephen Blank argues that Europe confronts an enormous multi-dimensional challenge and must find the cognitive as well as material and political resources to emerge from its long-term crisis.
In this second of two articles on strategy, Sven Biscop points out that the EU is caught between member states that do not have a strategy and those that do but who do not have the means to implement one.
In the fourth concluding article in our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Alexander Mattelaer looks at Europe’s problem of strategic prioritisation.
In this Long Post, Hal Brands looks at six common fallacies associated with grand strategy.
In this article, Joris Couvreur looks at the political and military dynamics underlying the present situation in Syria.
In this article, Iulian Romanyshyn calls for the immediate arming of Ukraine in order to halt Russia’s quest to swallow up even more territory.
In article 23 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Francisco de Borja Lasheras looks at Spain.
In this article Sven Biscop argues that it is futile to put troops on the streets of European capitals when the real battle against ISIS needs to be fought at source.
In this article Antonios Nestoras looks at the geopolitical ramifications for Europe of the election of the anti-austerity, radical left, SYRIZA party.