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1. How Sweden Can Use its EU Presidency to Build the Civilian Security Dimension of the Eastern Partnership

2. Beyond European extraterritoriality, for legal intelligence and compliance in the service of sovereignty: A response to the extraterritoriality of foreign laws to safeguard fundamental European values

3. European energy solidarity: strengthening the EU’s crisibility

4. Can the EU still wrest the Balkans from their blighted history?

5. Geopolitical and Technocratic: EU International Actorness and Anne PINTSCH Russia’s War Against Ukraine

6. Europe as a power: now or never

7. Gender equality in Europe: a still imperfect model in the world

8. Rule of law: the uncertain gamble on conditionality

9. A return to grace for nuclear power in European public opinion? Some elements of a rapid paradigm shift

10. Judging Putin

11. Digital Sovereignty: For a Schuman Data Plan

12. The Élysée Treaty, FrancoGerman reconciliation and European integration: myth and reality

13. Higher Renewable Energy Targets in Germany: How Will the Industry Benefit?

14. Rebooting the Entente: An Agenda for Renewed UK-France Defense Cooperation

15. Food Systems in the Pacific: Addressing Challenges in Cooperation with Europe

16. Imagining Beyond the Imaginary. The Use of Red Teaming and Serious Games in Anticipation and Foresight

17. The crisis of European security: What Europeans think about the war in Ukraine

18. Health of nations: How Europe can fight future pandemics

19. A certain idea of Europe: How the next French president can lead

20. Let a thousand contacts bloom: How China competes for influence in Bulgaria

21. North African standoff: How the Western Sahara conflict is fuelling new tensions between Morocco and Algeria

22. Shared fortunes: Why Britain, the European Union, and Africa need one another

23. Principled pragmatism: Europe’s place in a multipolar Middle East

24. A question of balance: India and Europe after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

25. The geopolitics of technology: How the EU can become a global player

26. Peace versus Justice: The coming European split over the war in Ukraine

27. Partnership for Enlargement: A new way to integrate Ukraine and the EU’s eastern neighbourhood

28. Green peace: How Europe’s climate policy can survive the war in Ukraine

29. Early warning: How Iraq can adapt to climate change

30. Clear and president danger: Democracy and the constitution in Tunisia

31. Survive and thrive: A European plan to support Ukraine in the long war against Russia

32. In Europe’s defence: Why the EU needs a security compact with Ukraine

33. Against the flow: Europe’s role in kickstarting Algeria’s green transition

34. A new climate for peace: How Europe can promote environmental cooperation between the Gulf Arab states and Iran

35. Byting back: The EU’s digital alliance with Latin America and the Caribbean

36. Defend. Resist. Repeat: Ukraine’s lessons for European defence

37. Gateway to growth: How the European Green Deal can strengthen Africa’s and Europe’s economies

38. Tough trade: The hidden costs of economic coercion

39. EU Security and Defence After Ukraine

40. EU Defense After Ukraine: A New Capabilities Agenda

41. EU Defence After Ukraine: France’s Presidency

42. EU Defence After Ukraine: Denmark’s CSDP U-Turn

43. German-US Relations and the Security of the Baltic States

44. Germany, Russia, and Energy Politics

45. The Contours of a New Western Russia Strategy

46. Russia’s War in Ukraine: The Kremlin’s Aims and Assumptions

47. Russia’s War in Ukraine: The War in Cyberspace

48. Russia’s War in Ukraine: The Early Air War

49. Russia’s War in Ukraine: The War at Sea

50. Russia’s War in Ukraine: WMD Issues

51. Russia’s War in Ukraine: Russia’s Propaganda War

52. Baltic States’ Expectations Regarding Germany’s Role in Baltic Security

53. Baltic Perspectives on Germany’s Role in NATO

54. Attracting and retaining talents in the EU What role can the EU play in ensuring a sustainable and competitive ecosystem for labour migration?

55. Europe’s Energy and Resource Challenge The Arctic Is Part of the Solution

56. Stabilizing the European Continent Reflections on the Future of EU Enlargement

57. Beyond the Brussels Effect: Supporting the International Case for a Value-based Digital Market

58. Turkish Foreign Policy and the EU An Everlasting Candidate Between Delusion and Realities

59. European Council Conclusions

60. Why Belgium Needs a Cyber Command

61. Refining the EU’s Geoeconomic Approach to Trade Policy

62. The War against Ukraine and European Defence: When will we square the circle?

63. Keeping the OSCE Alive

64. The New Force Model: NATO's European Army

65. Russian Spring 2022 Recruitment Cycle

66. Preventing the Critical Minerals Crisis

67. Tanks versus Banks: Russian Military versus EU Geoeconomic Power

68. A European Defence Summit in May 2022: From Compass to Capabilities

69. A Brussels Declaration for an “Ever Closer Union”

70. Putin Is Creating the Multipolar World He (Thought He) Wanted

71. US-China geoeconomic rivalry intensifies: A risk or an opportunity for European companies?

72. Turkey in Central Asia: Possibilities and limits of a greater role

73. Russia’s shifting foreign and security policy in Northern Europe: The new geopolitical meaning of ‘good neighbourliness’

74. Schengen reform and the instrumentalisation of asylum-seekers: New Commission proposals legitimate states’ existing practices

75. The EU´s quest for geoeconomic power: Pursuing open strategic autonomy

76. Germany’s shifting policy towards Russia: The sudden end of Ostpolitik

77. France in the Eastern Mediterranean and the MENA region’s geopolitical competition: French grandeur or European sovereignty?

78. European politics in times of crisis: Developments in Germany, France and Italy, and consequences for the EU

79. Russia’s connectivity strategies in Eurasia: Politics over economy

80. A policy agenda for Finland’s entry into NATO: From ‘one for one’ to ‘one for all’

81. The EU’s strategic multilateralism: Global engagement in an era of great-power competition

82. NATO’s Nordic enlargement and Turkey’s reservations: Trilateral Memorandum of Understanding in the context of Turkey’s wider strategic interests

83. Migration restrictions in the West: Some ethical concerns

84. German strengths and weaknesses in the Russo-Ukrainian war

85. Nationalism, enmity and reconciliation: Turkish party supporters’ polarized views on Greece

86. Building public trust to successfully deploy AI in EU healthcare

87. How to tackle the COVID-19 curveball in cancer care

88. Building a European Health Union: Opening borders for intensive care specialists

89. Estimating the UK's Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

90. Estimating the EU's Return on Investment from an Ambitious Program to Incentivize New Antibiotics

91. The Future of the European Financial Architecture for Development

92. NATO and Societal Resilience: All Hands on Deck in an Age of War

93. NATO and Russia after the Invasion of Ukraine

94. NATO’s Role in Global Cyber Security

95. Avoiding System Failure: How Process-Design Can Help Fix Politics

96. Why the Ukraine crisis should push the UK and EU into a tighter embrace on security policy

97. Sanction-proof or sanction-hit

98. The EU’s Strategic Compass

99. A pillar of stability in an unstable world

100. Opinion on Ukraine’s application for membership of the European Union