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.
With all the attention on Syria and the Middle East right now, Daniel Fiott takes a look at security in the Gulf of Guinea and he asks whether now is the time for a more robust European role in the region.
This Long Post looks at the life, times and leadership of one of Germany’s and Europe’s most important politicians. Helmut Schmidt (1918-2015) was Chancellor of West Germany from 1974 to 1982.
Putin is a master tactician but, as Sijbren de Jong, Karlijn Jans and Willem Oosterveld argue, by only scoring tactical points Putin risks upsetting Russia’s relations with vital neighbours and partners such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
In this article, Mason Richey takes a look at the geopolitical ramifications of a collapse of the regime in North Korea and Korean unification.
For five months European Geostrategy published a number of excellent essays on the European Union’s Common Security and Defence Policy, all from a national perspective. We are now pleased to report that all of these essays have been collated into a single booklet.
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 the third concluding article in our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Jo Coelmont argues that while ‘CSDP fatigue’ is in fashion a number of significant developments make the Policy as relevant today as it has ever been.
In this article Antonios Nestoras looks at the geopolitical ramifications for Europe of the election of the anti-austerity, radical left, SYRIZA party.
Daniel Fiott reports on a lecture series recently organised by Senior Editors of European Geostrategy entitled “The Future of European Geostrategy”.