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Re-examining the Radicalizing Narratives of Georgia’s Conflicts
NATIA CHANKVETADZE, KETEVAN MURUSIDZEMAY 12, 2021
Divisive public discourse in Georgia about the conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia has hurt broader peacebuilding prospects and obscured the issues faced by the communities in these territories.
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Defusing Georgia’s Political Crisis: An EU Foreign Policy Success?
ELENE PANCHULIDZE, RICHARD YOUNGS
MAY 10, 2021
The speed and pragmatism with which the EU brokered an agreement to end Georgia’s recent political crisis deserves praise. The union should take this opportunity to reflect on the role of mediation in its democracy-support strategies.
Commentary
What Next After the U.S. Recognition of the Armenian Genocide?
THOMAS DE WAALAPRIL 30, 2021
After decades of agonizing, a U.S. president has called the massacre and deportation of the Ottoman Armenians in 1915 and 1916 a genocide. Does it make a difference, and what happens next?
Sustainable Peace and Security in a Changing Climate: Recommendations for NATO 2030
OLIVIA LAZARDAPRIL 30, 2021BRUSSELS DIALOGUE ON CLIMATE DIPLOMACY
As the security implications of global climate change are becoming clearer, NATO has invited climate change and security specialists from governments, think tanks, and academia to offer inputs and analyses.
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Struggle and Sacrifice: Narratives of Georgia’s Modern History
KATIE SARTANIAAPRIL 27, 2021
Georgians’ collective memory has been shaped by pride in their struggle for independence since 1989 and fear of existential threats. This narrative has overshadowed other domestic challenges and increased Georgia’s reliance on individual leaders.
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Halting Palestine’s Democratic Decline
BETH OPPENHEIMAPRIL 23, 2021
Palestinian elections slated for 2021 offer the EU a chance to reassess its engagement. That means linking financial support to democratic values and supporting civil society.
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A Novel Approach to Local Climate Action in France
IAN BABELON, NADJA NICKEL, PAOLA PIERRIAPRIL 22, 2021
In the French city of Orléans, citizens, experts, and politicians are working together to advance climate transition in an innovative form of public engagement that aims for a new type of “social contract” around climate action.
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The Struggle for Legitimacy in Post-Coup Myanmar
KIMANA ZULUETA-FÜLSCHER​APRIL 14, 2021
Democratic reform in Myanmar has suffered a grave setback. The EU’s response to the military coup must be strong enough to reverse the political crisis and restore and renew democracy in Myanmar.
Op-Ed
No Easy Passage for Erdogan’s Canal Plan
SINAN ÜLGENAPRIL 09, 2021BLOOMBERG
Erdogan's Canal Istanbul is in the works, but the Montreux Convention—which regulates traffic through the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles straits—could spell trouble for this mega-project.
Commentary
Europe Is Late but Crucial in U.S.-Iran Nuclear Talks
CORNELIUS ADEBAHRAPRIL 08, 2021
Despite a slow start, the EU is working hard to hammer out a renewed nuclear deal between the United States and Iran. But it won’t be easy.
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Against a European Civilization: Narratives About the European Union
ROSA BALFOURAPRIL 06, 2021
Branding Europe as a unique civilization undermines the EU’s attractiveness to the rest of the world. Europe is better served by reckoning with its colonial history and underlining the universality of human rights.
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Georgia’s Unfinished Search for Its Place in Europe
NINO LEJAVAAPRIL 06, 2021
Despite its ambitions, modern Georgia continues to wait for Europe’s full embrace. To turn romantic notions into more concrete realities, the next generation of Georgians must carve out a special place for themselves on the margins of Europe.
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The European Union and Global Politics
RICHARD YOUNGSMARCH 31, 2021RED GLOBE PRESS
This book unpacks the international challenges facing the EU in recent years—including a weakened global order, a securitized worldview, geo-economic competition, climate change, and conflicts to the east and south—before turning to examine how the union has responded and how the bloc’s core international identity has changed.
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Rivals or Partners? The EU-UK Foreign Policy Relationship After Brexit
STEFAN LEHNEMARCH 30, 2021
EU-UK cooperation on foreign policy will be hampered by the emotional and political fallout from a difficult divorce and boosted by a renewed transatlantic relationship. In the longer term, external challenges and the internal policy trends will determine the scope for working together.
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A New Framework for Dealing with Venezuela: From Democracy to Conflict Resolution
JONAS WOLFFMARCH 17, 2021
Venezuela is mired in a prolonged, multifaceted crisis. The EU should embrace a framework focused on conflict resolution to foster a more coordinated international response.
Op-Ed
The ‘Cold War’ Diplomacy Behind Covid-19 Vaccines
ALLISON CARRAGHERMARCH 11, 2021EUOBSERVER
The race is on to vaccinate Europeans, and it’s a competition between East vs West. Russia and China aren’t just selling vaccines—they’re peddling a value set that undermines international norms.
The Time for EU’s Common Foreign Policy Is Now
ROSA BALFOURPIERRE VIMONT
MARCH 09, 2021GLOBSEC POLICY INSTITUTE
The EU is struggling to project a cohesive foreign policy voice. Sixteen experts analyze what Europe’s foreign policy priorities should be in 2021 and what the EU should do to bolster its strategic ambitions.
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The EU’s Strategic Autonomy Trap
RICHARD YOUNGSMARCH 08, 2021
While strategic autonomy seems firmly set to guide EU foreign policy, it carries significant risks—especially for democratic values. If it takes autonomy too far, the EU may find itself less able to advance, and achieve, its foreign policy goals.
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How the EU Can Better Avoid Bankrolling Authoritarianism
KEN GODFREYMARCH 04, 2021
The EU is changing its internal rules for allocating funds to avoid bankrolling authoritarianism. It should do the same for its external aid.
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Belarus’s New Age of Civic Activism Is Changing the Country
KATIA GLODFEBRUARY 22, 2021
The EU can engage and show solidarity with protesters against the Lukashenko regime in Belarus by providing its civil society with coaching, technology transfers, and financial resources.
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