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Why Europe’s Strategic Compass Points to Trouble

The EU’s new defense strategy runs the risk of adopting a bleak worldview while suggesting measures that are inadequate to address such a world of dangers. A much better investment would be to strengthen Europe’s capabilities within NATO.

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IP Quarterly
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What Europe Thinks ... About European Sovereignty

A clear majority of Europeans are in favor of an EU that is sovereign and capable of acting. What’s more, most regard national and European sovereignty as going hand in hand.

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What Europe Thinks ...
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A Sovereign Europe ... and Russia

The EU member states have failed to create a common approach in their dealings with Putin’s Russia. There are a number of steps that they can and should take to forge a united front.

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Conservatism in the Age of Rage

Traditional center-right conservatism dominated Western politics for much of the post-war period. However, increasingly divided, it now faces new rivals on the hard right.

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Essay
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The Pathway to a Sovereign Europe

In an increasingly competitive world the concept of European sovereignty has gained in currency. But it’s important to understand exactly what that means.

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Modernizing German Foreign Policy

With a new government in office, modernization and progress are buzzwords in Berlin. But will the rhetoric translate into a new and more courageous approach to foreign policy?

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The Wider View
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A Sovereign Europe ... and China

Reducing strategic dependencies vis-à-vis Beijing, especially in the realm of technology, is easier said than conceptualized, let alone put in practice.

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Op-Ed: The Case for a Sovereign Europe

The EU needs to improve its capacity to act. The new German government is ready to play its part in order for Europe to be seen as a strong actor on the international stage, says the SPD's foreign affairs spokesperson.

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