We should put catchy labels aside when discussing the future of EU-Russia relations. Instead we need to focus on exact words and actions, damage done, promises actually made and broken, laws obeyed and violated.
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Adérito Vicente argues the case for serious discussions on European nuclear security and examines what may lie ahead with regards to the EU and the nuclear field.
To support Ukraine against Russian aggression and deter further escalation, NATO and the EU should look to World War II history and borrow a page from President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Roger Hilton argues that European policy makers will have to formulate a new approach, including considering additional sanctions, to counter Russian actions and support Ukraine.
Despite the fact that no legal mechanism can block the US decision, there is still a window of opportunity to save the INF treaty.
A seven step rationale in support of a collective European defence project.
Dr Anna Péczeli argues the fall of the INF Treaty is primarily the result of Russian violation, but European allies and the US are also responsible for its demise.
Stephen Kinnock MP writes Russia-West relations are at a delicately balanced inflection point with deep division and political over-reaching on both sides. Both sides must learn from their mistakes, and start showing the political will and leadership that is so long overdue.
Former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, Franklin C, Miller, argues that European states should be mindful of Russian threats and activities and should direct their concerns to Moscow, not to the United States.