Carnegie was on the ground at the 50th annual Munich Security Conference to give readers exclusive access to the debates and discussions as they unfolded.
The European Union is mired in the worst crisis it has seen for many decades. This threatens to undercut the EU’s ambitions to develop a coherent and active foreign policy.
The existing debate on defense in Europe focuses on spending cuts in times of crisis. Defense cannot just be about budgets, but also means safeguarding certain values and norms.
It is time for a strong new impetus toward developing a European global strategy to ensure that Europe will be fit for the challenges of the coming century.
The increasingly authoritarian practices and restrictions on individual freedoms in Turkey are at odds with the ruling Justice and Development Party’s stated objective of establishing an advanced democracy.
NATO is under pressure to define its future role. To do so, the Alliance must find answers to questions about its capabilities, global outlook, and transatlantic solidarity.
The German federal election will have enormous repercussions for Europe as, regardless of the election outcome, the Chancellor will have to deal with major challenges.
Has it become morally acceptable to allow the use of chemical weapons? How effective and sincere is the international community’s implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention?
Marking the end of his tenure as U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO, Ambassador Ivo H. Daalder discussed some of the key challenges facing the Alliance.
Cities, which account for 75 percent of Europe’s population and generate 85 percent of its GDP, have an important role to play in helping to meet key climate-change and economic targets.