Over troubled waters: The EU’s Maritime Security Strategy

Gonzalo Vazquez analyses the 2023 update of the European Union’s Maritime Security Strategy and how it can be improved

NATO is building a Ukraine-shaped future

Prof. Richard G. Whitman assesses the 2023 NATO Summit and how Ukraine has become central to the alliance’s future

What does the Vilnius Summit mean for NATO’s future?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts what the 2023 NATO Summit in Vilnius signifies about the future of the alliance

Inside out: Europe’s accidental empire builders

Roderick Parkes argues that power within the EU may get turned inside-out if Germany does not adapt to the geostrategic context

Is Germany’s National Security Strategy adequate?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts whether Germany’s National Security Strategy is adequate for its geostrategic context

Which European power is Britain’s closest ally?

On the day of the French-British Summit, the Council on Geostrategy asks eight strategic experts to identify the UK’s most important European ally

Ukraine: What should Europe do next?

On the first anniversary of Russia’s renewed assault on Ukraine, the Council on Geostrategy asks leading experts what Europe should do next

Germany’s strategic culture is changing, but in odd ways

Dr Roderick Parkes analyses Germany’s strategic culture and the leadership style of Olaf Scholz

Britain: Europe’s challenger power on Ukraine

Prof. Richard G. Whitman and James Rogers analyse Britain’s decision to equip Ukraine’s armed forces with Challenger 2 tanks

Germany’s new security policy: A global ‘Zeitenwende’?

Sir Paul Lever analyses Germany’s foreign policy in light of Olaf Scholz’s Foreign Affairs article ‘The Global “Zeitenwende”’