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.
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The South Caucasus is a strategically significant part of the world — but the West’s presence in the region seems to be gradually eroding. Daniel Shapiro provides suggestions regarding areas in which Western countries can re-engage.
In the aftermath of the joint statement of the leaders of the US, UK, Germany and France on the risks posed by Iran's escalating nuclear program, the ELN Policy Fellow Sahil Shah spoke to Al Jazeera's Dareen Abudghaida. They discussed the latest developments regarding JCPOA.
Dr Klaus Wittmann, ret. Bundeswehr Brigadier General argues that while NATO would be right to retain the three core tasks in the 2010 Strategic Concept: Collective Defence, Crisis Management, Cooperative Security, it should agree on two new tasks: Consultation and Resilience, and that clear instruction must come from today’s Brussels summit.
YGLN member Katarina Kertysova and ELN Senior Associated Fellows Nick Williams and Simon Lunn have joined this episode of the East West Coffee Shop to talk about the NATO Summit on June 14 and about the new/updated Strategic Concept. They address what topics will be high on the agenda and how...
As the Biden administration completes its first 100 days in office—an early benchmark of the Presidency—the future of transatlantic relations looks much rosier than it did before the US elections. Revamping EU-US cooperation will therefore require careful examination of Europe’s strive towards strategic autonomy.