26.03.2020
The Contradictions of PiS’s Poland

PiS has led Poland on a course characterised by Euroscepticism and the erosion of democracy. Two issues will shape Poland’s future: energy policy and relations with Ukraine.

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17.03.2020
European Trade Policy and the Green Deal

Producing and consuming in a manner that is more respectful of biodiversity means rethinking international trade and the rules that govern it.

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11.03.2020
A Green Deal for a Geopolitical Age

The European Green Deal is being pursued as an economic matter. In a geopolitical world, it needs to be geopoliticised.

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11.01.2020
Germany’s Central European Strategy Bites Back

Political differences between Germany and Central Europe cannot continue to be skirted if the EU is to effectively respond to the many challenges ahead.

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19.12.2019
The Strategic Implications of Renewable Energy

The Green transition is not just ecological but also geopolitical. A coherent blueprint with political backing is essential if the EU is to forge a sustainable energy security policy.

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10.12.2019
British Foreign Policy After Brexit

Christopher Hill’s latest book, The Future of British Foreign Policy, is an attempt to ground UK foreign policy post-Brexit in reality.

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28.11.2019
Bringing Europe Down to Earth

Bruno Latour emphasises the need for a politics of the living, that moves from this European-invented space to the tangible space that he calls “dwelling place”.

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04.10.2019
Who Is the World’s Moral Superpower? A Book Review

Chinese foreign policy expert Yan Xuetong’s new book opens the question of how morality as an instrument of power could reshape today’s world order.

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09.08.2019
The Limits of Geopolitical Thinking

A conversation on the geopolitical world Europe finds itself in, how different powers think about foreign relations differently, and what this all means for Eastern Europe.

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04.06.2019
Enter the Dragon: the New Global Economic Order and What It Means for Europe

The world economy has become a battleground for geopolitical hegemony. To stay in the game, the EU needs a new strategy.

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