Hans Kundnani and Michito Tsuruoka discuss the attempts of some Europeans to proclaim ‘neutrality’ in Asian affairs, ultimately arguing that the notion is impossible – as well as undesirable.
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.
In this article, James Rogers and Luis Simón appraise the role of Japan in relation to European security in South-East Asia and the Indo-Pacific more generally.
In this interview, Luis Simón discusses Japan’s growing relations with Europeans – especially France and the United Kingdom – with Takehiro Kano from the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón evaluate the supposed rise of Germany as the most powerful European country.
In this interview, Luis Simón discusses with Michito Tsuruoka the interplay between European and Indo-Pacific geopolitics, as well as European interests in East Asia.
In this interview, James Rogers discusses Indo-Pacific geopolitics and Australia’s geostrategic location with Iskander Rehman, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.
In this article, Vivien Pertusot provides a response to Alexander Mattelaer’s earlier post on the German-proposed ‘framework nation concept’.
In this article, Jo Coelmont looks at the significance of French President Hollande’s recent visit to the United States for the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy.
In this article, Roderick Parkes asks whether a European Union built on national insecurities and fear contains the seeds of its own destruction.