In this Long Post, 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.
In this book review, Daniel Fiott looks at Thomas Otte’s The Foreign Office Mind: The Making of British Foreign Policy, 1865-1914.
In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón evaluate the supposed rise of Germany as the most powerful European country.
In this article, Vivien Pertusot provides a response to Alexander Mattelaer’s earlier post on the German-proposed ‘framework nation concept’.
In this article, Sven Biscop counsels against those who compare the recent Russian annexation of Crimea with Germany’s annexation of Czechoslovakia; rather, he argues that the situation could be more akin to the Algeciras agreement in 1906.
In this article, Roderick Parkes asks whether a European Union built on national insecurities and fear contains the seeds of its own destruction.
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 article, Alexander Mattelaer looks at the implications of the German initiative for a ‘framework nations concept’ for common capability development.
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.