Jeremy Shapiro - 14 February 2020
With such a smorgasbord of offerings, most people eat the familiar food and leave the conference pleasantly full of the same ideas that they entered with.
Mark Leonard - 19 February 2020
The 2020 Munich Security Conference showed how the ties that bind global players together are being weaponised in a new great power competition.
Andrew Lebovich - 05 February 2020
The G5 Sahel has an excessive focus on security issues, as this has come at the expense of the political and governance issues it must deal with to truly stabilise the region.
Jana Puglierin - 13 February 2020
The grand coalition will continue to be a kind of caretaker government in its lack of a big foreign policy vision.
Helen Lackner - 03 February 2020
The strategic ambitions of Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been diverging in Yemen – to the detriment of hopes for peace on the ground.
Tara Varma - 07 February 2020
The French president reached out to the rest of Europe on Russia, the transatlantic relationship, and European solidarity.
Caroline de Gruyter - 27 January 2020
Having defeated both UKIP and Labour, the Conservatives can afford to be a little more moderate on Brexit.
Mark Leonard - 24 February 2020
After years of watching the United Kingdom muddle through a political crisis while enjoying an unprecedented level of unity among themselves, Europeans now must prepare for darker days.
Hugh Lovatt - 29 January 2020
Although the Trump deal marks a radical break from past American support for a two-state solution, it aligns with ideas put forward by supporters of Israel’s settler movement.
Jana Puglierin - 20 February 2020
To hope that German defence policy will become more French is equivalent to waiting for Godot.