Turkey’s incursion into Syria has adverse consequences for Europe’s security. But the problem is much bigger than just Turkey.
Peace could be regarded as the supreme human right and the harmonious condition that underpins everything else in a healthy world. Seven essays discuss how the idea of global peace can be made relevant again to tackle twenty-first century threats and problems.
If Hong Kong was promised “one country, two systems,” the Good Friday Agreement promised “two countries, one market” for the island of Ireland. After two decades, both settlements are fraying badly.
Thirty years after the 1989 reunification, Europe remains a political pygmy. The EU needs a serious foreign and defense policy if it wants to become a credible global player.
This report is a rallying cry for Europeans to pull together and mobilize the EU’s assets to manage the three biggest changes of our times.
Abkhazia, Transdniestria, and northern Cyprus, three unrecognized statelets in Europe that arose during conflicts in the twentieth century, have endured for decades. Despite many problems, they are self-governing and stable, and they show no signs of collapsing.