Articles on Hans Kundnani

Economic and military power in Asia (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 20 April 2015

Economic tools in Asia are increasingly being used for strategic purposes, as the "two Asias" – military and economic – come closer together.

The “strategic” case for TTIP (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 09 February 2015

As opposition to the TTIP increases, supporters increasingly fall back on the “strategic” case for the deal – no matter how flawed the logic is.

Why Russia's relationship with India matters for Europe (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 12 December 2014

Modi and Putin publicly reaffirmed the longstanding bond between India and Russia yesterday, even as the West continues to seek to isolate Russia.

China and Germany talk security (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani & Angela Stanzel - 09 October 2014

The expansion of the dialogue between Germany and China to include foreign and security policy could have a huge, and potentially problematic, effect for the European Union. 

“Containment” and economic interdependence (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 15 September 2014

Can a new "containment" of Russia work in an age of economic interdependence?

Asia’s security dilemma (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 30 July 2014

A tension between the need for robust deterrence and the risk of escalation leads to almost impossible choices for Asians

The nightmare for German business: an “Asian Crimea” (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 02 June 2014

As difficult as the Ukraine crisis is for German business, the real test would be an “Asian Crimea” 

Explaining the EP election results: UK (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani - 26 May 2014

UKIP’s win puts even more pressure on Cameron

Think again: European decline (Commentary)

Hans Kundnani & Mark Leonard - 29 April 2013

Although it may seem that Europe is down and out as it struggles with multiple crises, things are in fact far, far better than they appear on the surface. 


Europe's foreign policy: Resilience meets mediocrity (Commentary)

Susi Dennison & Hans Kundnani - 05 March 2013

Europe’s image and soft power continues to fade around the world but Europe's foreign policy did not unravel in 2012. The EU managed to preserve the essence of its acquis diplomatique.