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Brexit and Trump – involuntary boosts for a common EU defence?

By Ronja Kempin / 12 April, 2019

The idea of ‘strategic autonomy’ has resurfaced in various policy debates with added impetus by the challenges posed by Brexit and Trump. What does this rise in significance mean for the EU? And what direction can the concept give for the Union in the coming years, especially in relation to...

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The European foreign policy in a hostile environment

By Rosa Balfour / 11 April, 2019

In a brittle world without enduring strong international alliances, the debate on Europe’s ‘strategic autonomy’ has gained new resonance, but it should not shadow the EU’s unique key international assets in the global economy and multilateral order. Working with global networks to promote norms and public goods is key to...

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PESCO unlikely to deliver much in the short term

By Sophia Besch / 9 February, 2018

PESCO, or permanent structured co-operation, is a political framework that aims to help EU countries develop military capabilities together and improve their ability to deploy them. Hailed as a political success, its contribution to EU operational readiness and capability deployment is likely to be limited in the immediate future.  ...

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A year after: Trump and transatlantic relations in a time of risk

By Ian O. Lesser / 21 November, 2017

Almost a year into the Trump administration, uncertainty remains a hallmark of American foreign policy. Relations with Europe have yet to experience major change, but wider shifts in US global engagement hold risks of their own for transatlantic relations.   America’s international policy has been strongly affected by the President’s...

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