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 interview, Luis Simón discusses the United States’ responses to Indo-Pacific geopolitical changes; the changing American global military presence; and European interests in the Indian Ocean region with Zack Cooper of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies.
In this article, Luis Simón argues that unless Europeans confront the globalisation of geopolitics, they risk being edged out of their own neighbourhood and relegated to the sideshow of international relations.
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 ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simon zoom out and look at the broader implications of the Ukraine crisis for European geostrategy, both regionally and globally.
In this article, Thomas Renard warns that breaking energy interdependence with Russia over the Ukraine crisis may have strategic consequences for Europe.
In this article, Sijbren de Jong, Willem Auping, Marjolein de Ridder and Joris van Esch outline the geostrategic consequences of significant changes in global energy markets for the European Union and its neighbourhood, while also suggesting some preventative measures.
In this article, James Rogers writes a letter to European leaders from the perspective of geopolitical theorist, Sir Halford Mackinder, on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In this ‘Standpoint’, first in a new series of controversial articles, James Rogers and Luis Simón tackle the issue of Ukraine and European Union relations with Russia, arguing that Brussels must firm up its stance in the Eastern Neighbourhood.