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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.
Op-Ed
New EU Defense Initiatives for Old Political Problems
RALUCA CSERNATONIFEBRUARY 18, 2021 EURACTIV
EU defense integration has been plagued by the issue of sovereignty and progress in high-end capability development has moved at a snail’s pace. What is needed is a clear, overarching strategic vision for European security and defense.
Op-Ed
Capturing the Mood on Both Sides of the Ukraine-Russia Conflict in Donbas
KRISTIN BAKKE, JOHN O’LOUGHLIN, GWENDOLYN SASSE, GERARD TOAL
FEBRUARY 17, 2021GLOBAL VOICES
In a region where every aspect of daily life is affected by the war, the degree of trust in local authorities in the Donbas will be a crucial factor in shaping the future.
Op-Ed
A Positive Agenda With Turkey: At What Price?
MARC PIERINIFEBRUARY 13, 2021AHVAL
2030 will be a milestone for the Turkish president, who faces crucial elections and the Republic's centennial celebration. As he ramps up his charm offensive, Europe must be careful not to abdicate its values and interests.
Op-Ed
A New Survey of the Ukraine-Russia Conflict Finds Deeply Divided Views in the Contested Donbas Region
KRISTIN BAKKE, JOHN O'LOUGHLIN, GWENDOLYN SASSE, GERARD TOAL
FEBRUARY 12, 2021THE WASHINGTON POST
Donbas is at the intersection of geopolitical, territorial, and cultural conflicts. These tensions are reflected in deep divisions in attitudes about the war and their future territorial status.
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Unfinished Business in the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict
THOMAS DE WAALFEBRUARY 11, 2021
The November 2020 ceasefire agreement halted the war over Nagorny Karabakh, but a sustainable peace agreement remains far from reach. By providing economic support and fostering dialogue and reconciliation, international actors can play a role in this long-term project.
Op-Ed
After Trump, the EU Stands Between Transatlanticism and Strategic Autonomy
ROSA BALFOURFEBRUARY 11, 2021THE GERMAN MARSHALL FUND OF THE UNITED STATES
The EU and the United States are seeking to redefine their respective partnerships outside the transatlantic framework while pledging cooperation when it comes to global issues. The key question is, will it work?
Paper
How Middle-Power Democracies Can Help Renovate Global Democracy Support
RACHEL KLEINFELDTHOMAS CAROTHERSSTEVEN FELDSTEINRICHARD YOUNGS
FEBRUARY 04, 2021
Middle-power democracies should not tread water while waiting for the United States to address its own democratic crisis. They must help revamp global democracy support using their comparative strengths.
EU and China Seal a Deal Behind Biden’s Back
ROSA BALFOURLIZZA BOMASSI
FEBRUARY 04, 2021CHATHAM HOUSE
Brussels seems to have put business interests before democratic values and security realities at a time when the West and Beijing are competing to vaccinate the world against coronavirus.
Belarus Protests: Why People Have Been Taking to the Streets—New Data
GWENDOLYN SASSE, FÉLIX KRAWATZEK
FEBRUARY 04, 2021CONVERSATION
Since August 2020, hundreds of thousands have taken to the street in Belarus to oppose Alexander Lukashenko’s regime. A new survey of 2,000 Belarusians reveals their attitudes toward the ongoing protests.
Op-Ed
A Path for Joe Biden to Reset U.S. Relations With Turkey
SINAN ÜLGENJANUARY 31, 2021FINANCIAL TIMES
As Turkey has increased its military and economic influence over the past decade, relations with the West have become strained. Both sides will have to bend if Ankara and Washington are to work together again.
EU Aid Policy in the Middle East and North Africa: Politicization and Its Limits
RICHARD YOUNGSJANUARY 29, 2021JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES
The securitization of EU aid in the Middle East and North Africa has engendered fierce debates about the way that European funds are used in the region, which has led the EU to strike a number of uneasy balances.
How Will Climate Change Impact U.S.-Russian Relations?
OLIVIA LAZARDJANUARY 28, 2021RUSSIA MATTERS
Russia and the United States will increasingly face disruptions such as droughts, fires, floods, and hurricanes. Climate change will either become just another topic of discord or an area of proactive cooperation.
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