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

The People’s Republic of China: Political perceptions in Central Europe

This Study edited by Patrick Triglavcanin explores public and parliamentary perceptions of China across nine Central European countries

The war on Ukraine’s impact on Europe

Prof. Richard G. Whitman investigates how the war on Ukraine has transformed the European geopolitical landscape

The trilateral initiative: Rekindling relations between Britain, Poland and Ukraine

Przemysław Biskup, James Rogers and Dr Hanna Shelest explore the history and rationale for the trilateral initiative between Britain, Poland and Ukraine

Old allies and new partners

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones investigates the allies and partners of Global Britain in this more competitive era

The return of Central Europe?

Dr Benjamin Tallis explores the resurging influence of Central European states as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

The trilateral of Poland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom

A map of the trilateral initiative of Poland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom, showing how three-way cooperation enhances European security

A new European triumvirate: Plurilateralism in action

James Rogers explores the geopolitical implications of a new ‘trilateral’ agreement between the United Kingdom, Ukraine and Poland