In a world increasingly dominated by superpowers and revolving around power politics, European states stand a better chance by sticking together. Some issues of tension however persist: a long road is ahead of us. This is why, in this new series of articles, we asked six European experts to share their views on the challenges facing the construction of a stronger European defense cooperation.
A New Castle Strategy for 2021
Slovakia needs a renewed "Castle strategy" of defense in today’s increasingly hostile international environment, particularly through a reinforced security cooperation between the EU and NATO.
You Can’t Choose Your Neighbours but You Can Choose Your Friends
The tensions underlying Greek-Turkish relations transcend time and persist, over immigration and maritime sovereignty rights.
A Clear Threat Perception but an Abstract Debate
For this fourth chapter of Stronger Together, we have asked Ronja Kempin to shed light on the position of the German government and draw conclusions from it to further the discussion on European defense.
A Lame Workhorse in the European Security and Defense Race
A common European defense strategy is at the core of Italy's foreign policy. Karolina Muti analyses the way forward, especially with the ambitions of a new government.