IP Quarterly Frontpage

Current Issue

Berlin Cable

Pariscope

Carbon Critical

Toward a New German Foreign Policy

A Plea to Restart the Weimar Triangle

The Weimar Triangle should become a new driver of reform and deeper integration within the EU. Despite the recent developments in Poland, Germany, and France should not give up on it, but rather enhance the trilateral dialogue.

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Toward a New German Foreign Policy
Creation date

Time for Straight Talking on German Security

Germany needs to shape its own security context and that starts with its politicians speaking honestly with the public about risks and threats, and taking clear foreign policy stances. 

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Toward a New German Foreign Policy
Creation date

Editors’ Picks

Afghanistan, AUKUS, and Albion

Forget about the UK’s soul searching about Afghanistan—to the EU’s surprise, AUKUS seems to show that Global Britain can deliver. This raises tricky questions for European defense.

The EU and India: A Key Partnership in the Making

Ties between the EU and India have become closer in recent years, as their interests increasingly align and Europe increasingly recognizes India’s geopolitical role in the Indo-Pacific.

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Cover Section
Creation date

Global Gateway

To successfully answer the challenge of China’s Belt and Road Initiative with its new connectivity strategy, the EU needs to form a clearer picture of where and how the BRI is succeeding.

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Cover Section
Creation date

Middle-Power Multilateralism Needed

As China continues its military expansion and Washington divides the Indo-Pacific into democratic friends and autocratic foes, the EU and ASEAN are the only forces that can credibly jump to the rescue of multilateralism and rules-based trade.

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Cover Section
Creation date

NATO’s China Conundrum

The Atlantic Alliance is setting its sights on China, but a common policy shared by all NATO members will likely remain elusive. What’s more, Beijing will do its utmost to prevent it.

Author/s
IP Quarterly
Creation date