Dr. Henrik B. L. Larsen is an Executive-in-Residence at the Global Fellowship Initiative at the Geneva Center for Security Policy. He was a Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies at the ETH Zürich with a focus on NATO and transatlantic security. Henrik Larsen served as a Political Adviser for the European External Action Service in Ukraine. He was previously a fellow with Harvard, Stanford and the Carnegie Endowment. He recently published his book “NATO’s Democratic Retrenchment: Hegemony after the Return of History”.
Content by Henrik Larsen
This month, Chancellor Shultz wrote, “Germans are intent on becoming the guarantor of European security that our allies expect us to be, a bridge builder within the European Union and an advocate for multilateral solutions to global problems”. But to do so requires a “new strategic culture” in Germany’s security strategy – What shifts should we expect in the new Security Strategy and where do the main challenges lie?
Five members of the ELN Network share their views on the 2022 NATO Madrid Summit
In two weeks time leaders will meet in London for NATO’s 70th anniversary summit. This is an opportunity for NATO to position itself as a regional alliance of democracies in a mostly illiberal environment.