Rather than fall into despondency, Europeans should see the presidency of Donald Trump as a salutary shock. Finally there is real urgency for Europe to get its act together.
Unless European leaders change their mind-set, the United States and Russia will break up the European Union.
Marking the 60th anniversary of the landmark Three Wise Men report, this event will look at how transatlantic unity can be strengthened through greater nonmilitary cooperation within NATO.
Following the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president, it falls to the Europeans to defend the international agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.
NATO needs to rise to the challenge of putting in place long-term mechanisms to protect the transatlantic community’s security, shared values, and way of life.
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.
NATO must make clear to Moscow that a cyberattack aimed at undermining an ally’s institutional integrity will be met with retaliatory measures.
The death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro and the imminent arrival of Donald Trump as U.S. president offer Europeans a chance to reassess their approach to security.
The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president has the potential to transform Europe’s strategic landscape. The Europeans should respond by planning for their own defense.
Money is not the problem with Europe’s defense. It is duplication and inefficiency, which undermine efforts for an integrated security policy.