Two days before the EU held its first ever bilateral summit with Pakistan, Frederic Grare and Shaun Gregory discussed how Europe can best contribute to reform in Pakistan.
Carnegie's Uri Dadush and Denis Redonnet discussed how the economic crisis is affecting the EU and its member states, and how Europe can work together to create effective solutions.
Obama has made listening and dialogue the trade-mark of the first 100 days of his foreign policy. Europe has responded with more rhetoric when what the transatlantic relationship really needs is commitment and courage.
Returning from Afghanistan, Gilles Dorronsoro shared his observations on Afghan perceptions of Obama’s new strategy, and the implications for Europe.
A panel of experts on Russia, Europe and NATO discussed what a common European security space would look like, and how it could be created.
The Dalai Lama problem has been in the way of an EU-China "strategic partnership" for a long time, and there continues to be miscalculations on both sides about each other's stand on this issue.
At a lunch debate co-hosted with the NATO Public Diplomacy Division, Jamie Shea and Ashley J. Tellis discussed new, emerging security risks and provided an outlook on how and if NATO should respond.
The recent crisis in Gaza, upcoming Israeli elections, and Iraq’s provincial elections are reshaping the political landscape in the Middle East and providing new opportunities for Europe and the United States to play a constructive role.
Five fallacies continue to dominate discussions of the future of European and NATO strategies in Afghanistan, and undermine the hard questions on effectiveness.
The situation in the Middle East is set to deteriorate. The European policy community assessed past European action in the region, lessons learnt, and a future strategy.