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Europeans’ Right to Protest Under Threat
AARTI NARSEEJANUARY 27, 2021
Some European governments have curtailed core democratic freedoms, at times going beyond necessary pandemic precautions. But civil society is holding these restrictions in check.
Working With the Biden Administration: Opportunities for the EU
ROSA BALFOURJANUARY 26, 2021
With U.S. President Joe Biden in office, the EU and the United States must find ways to repair the relationship and seek common ground from which to address the global shifts and challenges of the coming decades.
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Why the EU and the United States Should Rethink Their Turkey Policies in 2021
MARC PIERINIFRANCESCO SICCARDI
JANUARY 21, 2021
Turkey’s eroding democracy and assertive foreign policy loom large on the international stage. In 2021, the EU and the United States must protect their interests by containing Turkey’s disruptive behavior while maintaining economic and security ties.
Commentary
Will Angela Merkel’s Ambiguous Legacy Last?
JUDY DEMPSEYJANUARY 19, 2021
Germany’s governing Christian Democrats chose Armin Laschet as their new party leader to succeed the long-serving Angela Merkel. He promises to continue Merkel’s legacy and centrist policies.
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The Future of Democracy and State Building in Postconflict Armenia
LAURE DELCOURJANUARY 19, 2021
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict interrupted Armenia’s reform movement and restricted civil liberties. To prevent the fragile transition from unraveling further, the EU should step up its engagement and democracy support along three priorities.
Op-Ed
The Power of Soil: How Our Precarious Climate Shaped the Arab Spring
OLIVIA LAZARDJANUARY 01, 2021MIDDLE EAST EYE
Humanity’s response to the climate crisis is reproducing the same logic that created it. The history of the Middle East and the Arab Spring foretell our global future: ignore ecological integrity at your peril.
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Reinventing Transatlantic Relations on Climate, Democracy, and Technology
ERIK BRATTBERGDECEMBER 23, 2020
To get the transatlantic relationship back and on track and to ensure that it will remain relevant in the future, the United States and the European Union should prioritize putting forward concrete ideas and taking actionable steps on climate and energy, democracy and human rights, and digital technology issues.
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The Conflict in Ethiopia Calls Into Question Authoritarian Aid
NIC CHEESEMANDECEMBER 22, 2020
In spite of its authoritarian practices, Ethiopia has attracted billions in international aid. The November 2020 conflict in the northern Tigray region should prompt a recalibration of the development model, which promotes economic gains without political inclusion.
Op-Ed
After Trump’s Sanctions, Biden Can Reset With Turkey
SINAN ÜLGENDECEMBER 16, 2020BLOOMBERG
The new U.S. sanctions will hurt Turkey, but they are also an opportunity to renew U.S.-Turkish relations. President-elect Joe Biden’s arrival will be a chance for both sides to find common ground and salvage a critical relationship.
After Brexit: Recasting a UK-EU Dialogue on Foreign Policy
ROSA BALFOURDECEMBER 16, 2020FOREIGN POLICY CENTRE
The erosion of trust between Brussels and London has prevented both sides from laying the foundations for continued cooperation on foreign policy after Brexit. How can the European Union and the United Kingdom rebuild relations in 2021?
The Democracy-Stability Dilemma Revisited
JUDY DEMPSEYDECEMBER 15, 2020SCRIPTS
Faced with the dilemma of democracy versus stability, recent events in France and Belarus show the need to reconcile human rights and interests.
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The New EU Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime: Breakthrough or Distraction?
RICHARD YOUNGSDECEMBER 14, 2020
The EU’s new human rights sanctions regime is a major step forward. Yet the union needs to better establish how the regime connects to the rest of the its foreign policy.
Coronavirus as a Catalyst for Global Civil Society
RICHARD YOUNGSDECEMBER 07, 2020
The coronavirus has been a wake-up call for global civil society. It will come out of the pandemic looking very different—and this change will be a significant factor in a now highly fluid international politics.
The Sad Demise of Europe’s Imagined Mediterranean
ROSA BALFOURNOVEMBER 25, 2020ITALIAN INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL STUDIES
The Barcelona Process, launched in 1995, imagined the Mediterranean as a space of peace, stability, and shared prosperity. But political realities have jeopardized Europe’s ambitions to assert itself in the Mediterranean space.
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A Feminist Foreign Policy to Deal with Iran? Assessing the EU’s Options
CORNELIUS ADEBAHR, BARBARA MITTELHAMMER
NOVEMBER 23, 2020
Applying a feminist approach enables a comprehensive, inclusive, and human-centered EU policy toward Iran that reflects international power structures and focuses on all groups of people.
Commentary
What If the EU’s Economic Recovery Plan Fails?
LIANA FIX, THERESA KIRCHNOVEMBER 19, 2020
If Europe’s economies enter free fall after the coronavirus pandemic, it could provide fertile ground for the return of populist parties. That outcome can be avoided, but not by simply muddling through.
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Securing the EU’s Place in the World
STEFAN LEHNENOVEMBER 17, 2020
In spite of the return of power politics, the hope for a rules-based international order is not dead. Relaunching multilateralism together with like-minded partners around the world should therefore remain at the center of Europe’s foreign policy.
Op-Ed
Turkey Has the Chance to Do Things Differently on Its Economy
SINAN ÜLGENNOVEMBER 11, 2020BLOOMBERG
Turkey has begun to take steps toward a more coherent economic policy, but its outcome will ultimately be determined by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Op-Ed
The Nagorny Karabakh Conflict Marks the Return of Great-Power Politics
THOMAS DE WAALNOVEMBER 11, 2020NEW YORK TIMES
Russia and Turkey have brokered a peace deal for the Nagorny Karabakh conflict that greatly enhances their military presence in a region where they were losing influence.
Commentary
The World Is Tackling Climate Change, With or Without America
OLIVIA LAZARDNOVEMBER 09, 2020
Leaving the Paris Agreement is the final nail in the coffin of American leadership on climate change. What’s next?
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