Shoshana Fine, José Ignacio Torreblanca - 3 September, 2019
Spain, and Europe, need a new story about migration – it remains to be seen how the country will put this into practice.
Mark Leonard - 30 August, 2017
The EU’s survival depends on protecting its citizens from the forces it has created
Mathieu Duchâtel & Mark Bromley
- 16 May, 2017
In the continued absence of a policy, European commercial actions in the armament sector could have a destabilising impact on Asian security.
Richard Gowan - 28 April, 2017
Taking early steps to tackle humanitarian crises is a chance to show the EU has not entirely lost a sense of strategic purpose and that it is able to meet moral
Mark Galeotti - 18 April, 2017
European states and institutions have to consider the challenges posed by Russian-based organised crime, and adopt measures to combat it.
Almut Möller, Dina Pardijs - 14 March, 2017
A critical mass of countries agree on the need for more flexible cooperation, but what could it look like?
Anthony Dworkin - 21 October, 2016
European counter-terror wars risk failing to prevent attacks while weakening international law.
Susi Dennison, Mark Leonard, Nick Witney - 16 May, 2016
A British exit from the EU would make it harder to fight crime and terrorism, reduce Britain’s ability to lead and influence its partners, and weaken NATO
Sebastian Dullien - 28 April, 2016
Europe can more sustainably and cost-efficiently handle refugee arrivals by centralising management at a European level
Ulrike Esther Franke, Mark Leonard - 20 January, 2016
Why migration, finance and trade are the geo-economic battlegrounds of the future
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