In this episode of the East-West Coffee Shop, Liana Fix addresses whether the Biden administration is likely to take a tougher stance on Moscow in some areas, and where there is still room for cooperation in others. While US-Russia relations might remain difficult with regards to Ukraine, Nord...
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As the EU updates its Arctic Policy, the bloc’s preference for a human security approach and a strong focus on a greener future can make it a valuable counterweight to the growing superpower competition in the Arctic.
In the latest episode of the East-West Coffee Shop, Gent Salihu provides a perspective from Kosovo on the results of the 2021 parliamentary elections in Kosovo and on possible changes in US-Kosovo relations with the new Biden administration. Gent Salihu is member of the Younger Generation...
Former Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy suggests that the Iran nuclear deal can act as a springboard for UN-based discussions on a new Middle East security architecture that is more inclusive and better prepared to address challenges.
In the latest episode of the East-West Coffee Shop, Gent Salihu provides a perspective from Kosovo on how the results of the 2021 parliamentary elections in Kosovo will change U.S.-Kosovo relations with the new Biden administration.
US President Biden and his team have stated their interest in restoring alliances with Europe. Sahil Shah argues that there is no better place to start than announcing bold action on Iran and the JCPOA at this year’s Munich Security Conference, a topic that did more damage to transatlantic trust and security relations under Trump than any other issue.
In this report, Tariq Rauf discusses organisational matters relating to the postponement of the review conference to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and considers the proposal to convene the conference in 2022 in Vienna, Austria.
ELN Policy Fellow Sahil Shah offers reflections on his time with the late US Secretary of State George P. Shultz, Cold War veteran and one of the inspirations behind the European Leadership Network.
As the US, China and Russia become ever more embroiled in this burgeoning competition, Europe can – and should – play a leading role in encouraging restraint and advancing needed arms control in the high-tech sphere.