Posted on 05. December 2014 by Veronika Sobolova Reflections on the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum During the first official visit of Ms. Mogherini to Germany, Foreign Minister Steinmeier gave her a very clear sign of support at the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum when he stated: “Dear Frederica, we will be team players”. She will need … Continue reading No More Missed Opportunities
Posted on 23. November 2012 by Daniele Mallamaci One of the major global challenges that Europe has to face is the rising of new, non-Western powers. In the more and more rapidly evolving and chaotic context of the international relations, taking action as Europe and Europeans is possible only if there is a shared and convinced … Continue reading Europe in post-Western world?
Posted on 19. November 2012 by Stephan Kool The E.U. and predecessor organizations lack unity when it comes to a common foreign policy, especially when a conflict breaks out in a neighboring country as Adnan was able to point out in his recent blog. But the paradox is that this is more peaceful than any alternative … Continue reading Should the EU adapt a proactive foreign policy?
Posted on 04. November 2012 by Veronika Sobolova Every American presidential election tends to be the most important in the history. But this really is. What do you think, can we expect a change in the White House after the 6th of November? Barack Obama promised the change in every of his speech four years ago. … Continue reading Relation adrift in the haze
Posted on 22. October 2012 by Heidi Beha If you are given the secret mission to conquer Asia when you are playing ‘Risk,’ the strategic board game, then you have got quite a job on your hands. It is not an easy card to play. After all, you are being asked to conquer twelve regions from … Continue reading New East, New Powers – Europe in the Asia-Pacific Century