Russia’s military attack on Ukraine has aligned EU member states’ views of Moscow and given new momentum to the union’s security and defense policy.
The bloc must ensure that efforts to boost its resilience do not come at the expense of engagement with the wider world.
History, the coronavirus pandemic, and geopolitical competition have all impacted the EU’s external action.
Considering the world through the eyes of the Global South can improve Europe’s future.
Turkish civil society has been severely affected by the progressive dismantling of the country’s rule-of-law architecture.
Although green activism will not stop authoritarian regression, it is essential to keep Turkey’s democracy alive.
In 2021, the EU and European governments put in place new policies for international democracy support, in pursuit of more effective democratic reform.
The Annual Review identifies the strengths and limitations of these initiatives, and calls for a year of action.
Rampant globalization has heightened inequality and undermined the social contract, putting democracy at risk.
To rewire globalization, global governance must become more inclusive and diverse, with different regional perspectives on key policy areas anchoring the reform agenda.
The war in Ukraine may be just part of a broader Russian strategy in the global scramble for resources.
Control of critical materials is key to ensuring Moscow’s ability to tilt the balance of power in its favor.
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