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The EU’s Much-Flaunted Climate Leadership is Full of Loopholes
Olivia Lazard
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
The EU prides itself on being a bold climate leader with the aim of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. But the union is banking on incremental change. The world simply cannot afford such timid action, or indeed hypocrisy.
The EU’s Passive Approach to the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Marwan Muasher
Thursday, May 06, 2021
The Europeans have paid lip service to a two-state solution based on an independent Palestine alongside Israel. But without a clear plan to make it happen, such a solution will remain unattainable.
Poland’s Constitution Under Siege
Judy Dempsey
Tuesday, May 04, 2021
Poland and the EU are locked in a bitter battle over the rule of law. At stake is something so fundamental to both sides: the meaning and exercise of sovereignty.
Is the EU Doing Enough to Fight Coronavirus Globally?
Judy Dempsey
Thursday, April 29, 2021
Globally, EU assistance has been slow to materialize. Supporting countries in dire need of coronavirus vaccines—through both the provision of vaccines and the sharing of patents—would project the union's soft power capacity.
The Wider Context of President Biden's Armenian Statement
Marc Pierini
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Biden’s recognition of the killing and deportation of Armenians as genocide has caused outrage in Turkey. Dealing with a nation’s past is immensely complex. It can only be done by a country’s leaders and citizens.
Putin’s Undeclared Red Lines—For Now
Gwendolyn Sasse
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Russia is bound to have prepared for different military scenarios in Ukraine. Spreading uncertainty is an essential part of Putin’s policy.
Germany’s Ambiguity Toward Human Rights Weakens Europe
Judy Dempsey
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
As she nears the end of her last term as Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel should revert to toughening the EU’s stance on human rights. Making them subservient to trade and economic ties discredits the EU.
Judy Asks: Should NATO Admit Ukraine?
Judy Dempsey
Thursday, April 15, 2021
There is no consensus in NATO in favor of Ukraine’s membership. What the most determined Western countries can do is provide intelligence and military support to Ukraine, including weaponry and capability building.
Vaccinate the Billions or Lose the Battle for Democracy
Luke Cooper
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
The EU should back a coordinated global industrial strategy, including vaccine production facilities across the world, otherwise China will plug the gap. That means challenging private-sector patent monopolies.
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