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  • Judy Asks: Is It Time for Hard Power in North Korea?
    September 06, 2017

    A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

  • Global Perceptions of Europe

    Judy DempseyFriday, July 14, 2017

      Many non-European countries are reassessing their views of the EU against a background of Trumpism, populism, and globalization.

    • Judy Asks: Is the G20 at a Crossroads?

      Judy DempseyWednesday, July 05, 2017

      A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

    • Letter From Seoul

      Steven DenneyFriday, June 16, 2017

        Recent changes to the world order may allow the EU to play a more prominent role on the Korean Peninsula, especially when it comes to security.

      • Letter From Tokyo

        Michiko YoshidaFriday, May 12, 2017

          Cooperation between the EU and Japan, which share values such as freedom, human rights, and democracy, is more important than ever given the inescapable presence of China.

        • Letter From Beijing

          Shi Zhiqin, Lai SuetyiFriday, April 28, 2017

            Amid the threats of an inward-looking United States and rising European populism, cooperation between the EU and China is more necessary than ever.

          • Europe Woos Japan

            Judy DempseyFriday, March 24, 2017

              The EU seems determined to clinch a trade accord with Japan by the end of 2017. That might be wishful thinking.

            • Judy Asks: Does the UN Matter?

              Judy DempseyWednesday, September 21, 2016

                A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

              • Judy Asks: Should Europe Care About the Chinese-Japanese Rapprochement?

                Judy DempseyWednesday, November 12, 2014

                  Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

                • Chinese-Russian Relations Enter Cyberspace

                  Misha GlennyFriday, October 24, 2014

                    If the Ukraine crisis continues and relations between Russia and the West deteriorate further, the implications will be grim in a number of areas, including cybersecurity.

                  • Europe Torn Apart in the Asian Century?

                    Jan TechauTuesday, July 01, 2014

                    Europe risks becoming an in-between territory, with the United States and Asia pulling it in opposite directions. Europeans must understand how dangerous that would be.

                  • Whither NATO?

                    Judy DempseyThursday, June 19, 2014

                      NATO is emerging from the Ukraine crisis without a new sense of purpose or direction. Yet the rest of the world is investing huge hopes in the Western military alliance.

                    • Four World Issues: A Traveler’s View From the High Seas

                      Marc PieriniThursday, April 24, 2014

                        From Chinese industrialization to maritime trade, from the perils of piracy to human trafficking, a voyage from the Far East to Europe reveals much about the modern world.

                      • Mr. Xi Goes to Brussels

                        Shi ZhiqinMonday, March 31, 2014

                          As Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Brussels, it is important for both China and the EU to take the responsibility that their size demands for resolving global issues.

                        • The Respect That China Deserves

                          Jan TechauTuesday, November 05, 2013

                            Respect is a core element of the Chinese national narrative. But playing the guilt card to demand respect from foreigners is a tactic that China’s interlocutors should stand up to.

                          • China Does Not Need to Grow at Current Levels

                            Michael PettisWednesday, July 31, 2013

                              China’s economy does not need to grow at 7.5 percent a year. What matters is that Chinese households continue to improve their lives at the rate to which they are accustomed.

                            • What If Unipolarity Came Back?

                              Jan TechauTuesday, July 16, 2013

                                Even if EU foreign policy analysts’ working assumption is wrong, the outcome is the same: if Europeans want to matter in the world they must get their act together fast.

                              • China’s Rapidly Aging Population

                                Michael PettisFriday, July 05, 2013

                                  Within a few years China will have more old people than any other country. Beijing will have to become a leader in addressing the problems of an aging population.

                                • The Invisible Mortar of Europe’s Political Architecture

                                  Jan TechauTuesday, June 04, 2013

                                    While Chinese observers admire Europe’s institutions and lasting peace, Europeans should remind themselves of the candid thinking that made European integration possible.

                                  • How the Big Three Are Undermining Europe

                                    Judy DempseyThursday, May 30, 2013

                                      Two recent incidents have underlined Europe’s lack of strategic direction. They confirm that, when it comes to crises, Europeans still do not see the merits of pulling together.

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