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Mykola Kapitonenko

Mykola Kapitonenko is an Associate Professor at the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. He is a former visiting professor at the University of Iowa, and a former professor at the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine....


Europe’s security and defence hour is here, and the longevity of the European Union depends on it

Following Russia’s military action, the United States will sooner or later turn back to its “Pivot to Asia” due to China’s challenge to its global primacy, leaving the EU to deal with Russia relatively alone. The EU finds itself at a turning point in its history where it needs to take decisive steps towards building a comprehensive security and defence strategy, writes Iren Marinova.

31 March 2022 | Iren Marinova

Iren Marinova

Iren Marinova is a PhD Candidate in Political Science at Colorado State University. Her research focuses on European Union politics, foreign policy, energy, and climate change. She received her Master’s degree in Political Science from Colorado State University with a focus on international...


Pauline Neville-Jones

Rt Hon Baroness (Pauline) Neville-Jones DCMG is a Conservative peer in the UK House of Lords. She sits on the Joint Committee for the National Security Strategy. She was Minister for Security and Counter Terrorism in the 2010 -2015 Coalition government. From 2013 to 2018 she was a member of the...