In this ‘Standpoint’, James Rogers and Luis Simón analyse the potential consequences of the United Kingdom’s referendum to leave the European Union, arguing that the consequences might not be so dramatic as often alleged, particularly if carefully-considered political and strategic thinking is adopted in London and Brussels.
Faced with a plethora of crises and foreign policy challenges, Sven Biscop asks whether Europeans are up to the challenge of acting strategically.
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 this article, Sven Biscop argues that Ukraine should not be armed by Western powers for fear of escalating the crisis. He makes a plea for a diplomatic resolution to the conflict.
In this article Antonios Nestoras looks at the geopolitical ramifications for Europe of the election of the anti-austerity, radical left, SYRIZA party.
In article 15 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Ronja Kempin looks at Germany.
In article 11 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Hilmar Linnenkamp looks at Germany.
In article 4 of our “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Falk Tettweiler looks at Germany.
Tim Oliver looks at the growing British population and economy, which could become the largest state in Europe by 2050. How will this affect the future of European integration?