The EU Cannot Give Up on Serbia and Kosovo
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The more incidents of violence occur, the less likely Belgrade and Pristina are to compromise. Brussels should increase pressure on both parties to conclude an agreement ..read more
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A Reluctant Magnet: Navigating the EU's Absorption Capacity
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8M ago
The prospect of further enlargement presents the EU with multiple institutional, policy, and financial dilemmas. The successful integration of Ukraine and other candidate countries will require pragmatism, reforms, and transitional arrangements ..read more
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Turkey's European Goals: Prospects and Impediments as Seen From Brussels
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Turkey is pursuing an increasingly autonomous foreign policy while consolidating its centralized system of government. Amid a changing global order, Ankara will need to balance its geopolitical ambitions with its core economic interests and relations with the West ..read more
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The West Is Losing Ground in Multilateral Fora
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By refusing to openly condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine, G20 leaders exposed the divisions in and limits of multilateral institutions. Russia and China are the beneficiaries ..read more
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The EU's Eastern Enlargement and Differentiated Democracy Support
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8M ago
Russia's war of aggression has brought Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia closer to EU membership. To play an effective role in the democratization of these three countries, the EU needs a differentiated approach based on the political dynamics of each state ..read more
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Judy Asks: Can the EU Be a Global Player?
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8M ago
Despite its regulatory and market power, the EU does not live up to its foreign policy potential. Its ability to exert influence largely depends on member states' political dynamics and appetite for further integration ..read more
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Refining the EU's Approach to Iran's Marginalized Actors
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8M ago
Marginalized groups in Iran are disproportionately affected by the regime's systemic repression and by the country's socio-economic and ecological crises. The EU must integrate these groups' perspectives into its policies and work with civil society to address Tehran's human rights violations ..read more
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European Strategic Autonomy 2.0: What Europe Needs to Get Right
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8M ago
The EU's strategic autonomy ambitions have not materialized. The union should learn from crises and reframe the concept to include clear commitments and secure all member states' buy-in ..read more
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Ukraine Needs a Trio of Security Guarantees, EU Accession, and Reconstruction
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8M ago
All the actors supporting Ukraine need to work together now to establish a Euro-Atlantic strategy. Waiting for the war to end is not an option ..read more
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Judy Asks: Is Poland's Democracy in Danger?
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8M ago
Poland's ruling party appears determined to hang onto power at all costs. Recent protests against the government's illiberal measures suggest Poles are willing to defend democracy ..read more
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