In fighting the growing insecurity in the Sahel the EU has to choose between strategic stubbornness and a willingness to rethink.
Thirty years after the end of the Cold War with Soviet Russia, the Biden administration finds itself in a similar competition with China. What are the...
At the time, they were presented as an exception and a temporary, urgently needed measure. Yet two decades after the September 11 attacks,...
Part I: Two Social Protests in Israel from the Eyes of the Activists
The study shall provide experts but also policy makers and interested citizens with the orientation and expertise necessary, to effectively engage in...
How a holistic perspective can inform EU policymaking on Syria
The report is part of the Cooperative Security Initiative (CSI), which is designed to generate ideas and shift momentum in favor of cooperative...
Is the glass half full or half empty? Germany's tenure on the UN Security Council in review.
It takes more than just UN resolutions to protect women from the violence of war and involve them in peace-making, says Anja Papenfuss on...
Syria, Libya, the Mediterranean and now the Caucasus — Turkey is involved in many hot spots. Felix Schmidt explains why on ips-journal.eu
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3 questions, 3 answers, 3 minutes: Asian and European thought leaders unpack what the EU’s upcoming Indo-Pacific strategy means for the region.
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