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“[An ECFR poll] shows that these developments have led large majorities to see that acting together is necessary to preserve national sovereignty in an increasingly dangerous world, with 63 per cent of Europeans wanting to see more European cooperation as a result of Covid-19.”
22 September 2020
Europeans want to see more cooperation as a result of Covid-19, explains Jeremy Shapiro in his op-ed.
“Von der Leyen has to face the fact that there are powerful stakeholders in the member states and in Brussels who have a completely different idea of geopolitics than she does.”
18 September 2020
When it comes to foreign policy, the EU watches from the sidelines - von der Leyen must leave the comfort zone, states Jeremy Shapiro.
“Nearly one year on, with a global pandemic scrambling everything, a geopolitical Europe is still absent – and European strategic sovereignty is eroding daily.”
17 September 2020
Jeremy Shapiro quoted on the state of the 'georpolitical' Union.
“If there was one skill Donald Trump touted when he ran for president in 2016, it was his alleged ability to make good deals. ”
17 August 2020
The Trump administration spent four years mostly failing to reach diplomatic agreements, writes Jeremy Shapiro.
“There was this sense that in the Obama administration foreign policy was a plaything of the elites divorced from Americans’ daily existence. The change from Obama to Biden is there will be more focus on America.”
7 August 2020
According to Jeremy Shapiro, there has been a pressure on Democrats to make their foreign policy more relevant to daily American lives.
24 July 2020
Jeremy Shapiro guests in the Rachman Review Podcast debating the future of America’s alliances.
“But the issue now goes beyond this simple disgust for Trump or the Republicans. Europeans have lost faith in America.”
17 July 2020
Jeremy Shapiro on the end of Europe's American dream.
“After all, the entire point of U.S. foreign policy is to protect America, both the country and the idea.”
War on the Rocks
7 July 2020
In his column, Jeremy Shapiro discusses U.S. foreign policy.
“As we approach the 2020 election, our U.S. foreign policy debate is caught between the solipsistic stupidities of the Trumpians and the tired nostalgia of the Washington foreign policy establishment.”
15 June 2020
In his column, Jeremy Shapiro discusses the US foreign policy and the future of US global leadership.
“The fundamental issue here is not Russia, but China. What Washington wants is to build a common front with other states against China.”
2 June 2020
It is Washington's intention to change the nature of the G7, explains Jeremy Shapiro.
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