Macron and the European Intervention Initiative: Erasmus for soldiers? (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 22 May 2018
The cultivation of a shared strategic European defence culture must encompass the possibility – the likelihood, in fact – of autonomous European action
Lethal weapon: Has Trump mis-stepped on Ukraine? (Commentary)
Gustav Gressel - 17 May 2018
Sending anti-tank guided weapons to Ukraine is the right decision. But the Trump administration has gone about it the wrong way.
Europe’s balancing act on the nuclear deal: wooing Trump without losing Iran (Commentary)
Ellie Geranmayeh - 02 May 2018
European leaders have been assiduous in lobbying Washington on the nuclear deal. But Europe must step up its diplomacy to ensure it does not lose Tehran in the process
Germany’s defence commitments: nothing but paper tigers? (Commentary)
Gustav Gressel - 27 March 2018
Scepticism about Germany’s willingness to confront a revisionist Russia in 2014 has vanished. But there is new disappointment that the German diplomatic leadership has no military equivalent.
Time to talk: Europe and the Vulnerability Equities Process (Commentary)
by Teodora Delcheva & Stefan Soesanto - 21 March 2018
Post-Brexit security concerns should safeguard scandal-hit UK aid budget (Commentary)
Susi Dennison - 23 February 2018
The UK sees overseas aid as an important part of its approach to international security. With Brexit it is already feeling vulnerable enough without introducing new security worries.
Five takeaways from the Munich Security Conference (Commentary)
Ulrike Esther Franke - 20 February 2018
The world is in need of leadership on the global stage – but in Munich, no leaders were in sight.
A New Beginning for European Defence (Commentary)
Mark Leonard & Norbert Röttgen - 14 February 2018
It is time to move past institutional integration and develop practical European security capabilities.
The Brexit threat to Britain's defence industry (Commentary)
Nick Witney - 01 February 2018
by Mathieu Duchâtel & Mark Bromley - 16th May, 2017
In the continued absence of a policy, European commercial actions in the armament sector could have a destabilising impact on Asian security.
by Mark Galeotti - 18th April, 2017
European states and institutions have to consider the challenges posed by Russian-based organised crime, and adopt measures to combat it.
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