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Europe’s Next Geoeconomic Task

The European Union is increasingly leveraging its economic might as an asset in foreign and security policymaking. This complex “geoeconomization” of EU foreign policy will necessitate an improved focus on private sector involvement.

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Why Taiwan Matters to Europe

If the European Union and its member states want to offer a deterrence against a possible Chinese invasion of Taiwan, their populations need to understand what’s at stake and why their support for such a policy is vital.

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Germany’s Need for an Integrated Deterrence Mindset

The US administration will soon move on to strategic concepts that integrate nuclear and conventional deterrence, and NATO will follow suit. It’s time for the next German government to take account of this.

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The Case for Climate Optimism

Efforts to mitigate climate damage are not going well ahead of COP26. But they could also be going much worse.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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