In Europe but not European, Dr Sergey Utkin examines how Russia’s unique geography has shaped its policies and relationship with ‘political Europe’.
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Ground-launched cruise missiles are not the main military issue, as their effect on strategic stability remains limited. Greater problems will arise as soon as Russia and the US start the testing, production and deployment of intermediate-range ballistic missiles.
ELN Policy Fellow Dr Katarzyna Kubiak published an article on European perspectives on the INF Treaty for Osteuropa, an interdisciplinary academic monthly on international affairs and one of the leading international journals in the field of research on Eastern Europe (in German).
Although the EU’s increased defence efforts and states’ diverging industrial interests will inevitably create tensions in the short-term, these should not be allowed to poison transatlantic relations.
Ahead of the EU-China Summit, Dr Yu Jie argues that given an increasingly fractious relationship with Washington, China will be looking to adjust its strategic bilateral partnerships in Europe.
Ahead of its 70th anniversary, Lukasz Kulesa and Anna Wieslander, argue a new strategic concept is needed in NATO.