Gustav Gressel - 19 January 2018
The proposal of new, low-yield warheads seeks to convince adversaries that there is no step in the escalation ladder that the US would not be able to answer reciprocally.
Gustav Gressel - 05 January 2018
Europe needs to confront Ukraine’s leadership sooner rather than later.
Gustav Gressel - 21 December 2017
Europe should be worried about the new Austrian government’s proximity to Russia, not Hungary.
Gustav Gressel - 15 December 2017
German relegation of security and defence to non-core issues leaves European observers puzzling where Germany is heading, and how far it can be relied upon.
Gustav Gressel - 02 February 2017
Russian advance and US withdrawal could see Ukraine ever more dependent on continued German support.
Gustav Gressel - 06 December 2016
While Europe might take solace from the presidential election result, it should recognise that Austria’s Eurosceptic drift will not be halted by Van der Bellen.
Gustav Gressel - 15 July 2016
In the face of large refugee inflows Germany’s insurgent parties are sympathising with Russia, even despite the country’s meddling in German domestic affairs.
For now, Germany can live with the results of the NATO summit in Warsaw. But if Germany's allies want an engaged partner on defence matters, they will need to engage in active public diplomacy to avoid German retrenchment.
Gustav Gressel - 05 July 2016
NATO is set to enter a dangerous decade with Russia in which domestic instability coincides with a weak neighbourhood, but what can Europe do to mitigate the risk of Russian aggression?
Gustav Gressel - 05 May 2016
The unexpected win for the FPÖ in Austria had eurosceptics across the continent proclaiming the righteousness of their cause, but the result betrays a deeper political malaise in Austrian society.
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