Russia, NATO and other European countries have recently engaged in a week of intensive diplomacy, which has touched on both recent tensions and long-term relations. ELN members are united in a belief in the necessity of dialogue across divides, and many have provided their thoughts on the current situation.
647 results found
Page 10 of 108
As leaders of Germany’s Social Democrats, Greens and Liberals agreed on a coalition deal yesterday, Julia Berghofer writes that when it comes to defence and security, the new coalition must strike a balance between pursuing ambitious projects while not losing sight of the sometimes-arduous groundwork.
As tensions flare between Russia and NATO countries, the ELN is sharing recent work on concrete de-escalation measures that NATO and Russia could take to reduce the risks of an unintended escalation.
As COP26 gets underway next week, Tatiana Romanova writes that an EU-Russia climate partnership depends on both the EU prioritising selective engagement over resilience, and on Russia turning rhetoric into reality. A climate partnership may not change the tone of Russia-West relations but it can help build trust.
After the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the AUKUS deal, Ambassadors Tacan Ildem and Fatih Ceylan consider the implications for NATO and the EU and suggest ways to consolidate cooperation between the two organisations.