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.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine leaves other Eastern European states vulnerable.
The EU must adapt its neighborhood policy to the changed circumstances and support democratic forces in these countries.
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.
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.
One year into Joe Biden’s presidency, transatlantic relations seem to have regained momentum, but restoring trust takes time.
Carnegie experts assess the effectiveness of U.S.-EU cooperation on today’s most pertinent issues and identify opportunities for joint engagement to be seized in 2022.
The negative impacts of an incongruous monetary policy, a deteriorating rule-of-law architecture, and geopolitical tensions with Russia and NATO drive Ankara’s policy decisions.
The 2023 presidential and legislative elections offer Turkish voters an opportunity to change the country’s future.
The EU has started to factor climate into its external action, however, to prepare for future climate disruptions, it must move toward a wider notion of ecological security.
Only by placing ecological diplomacy at the heart of its foreign policy can Europe spur far-reaching systemic change.
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