After the Fall. Must We Prepare for the Breakup of Russia?
By Bruno Tertrais
It is hard to think of the disappearance of the largest country by area in the world as a credible scenario. Yet the premise of Russia’s collapse has long haunted Russians, just as it stirred the West’s imagination.
Europe in the New Geopolitics of Technology
Europe faces a long-term resilience and competitiveness challenge, for which it has two main tools to act: industrial policies and controls over technology transfers.
The IRA Has A Greater Focus Than Just Tackling Climate Change
By Georgina Wright and Louise Chetcuti
Europe is right to worry that the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) could harm Europe’s clean tech industry. But relying on the US to grant exemptions to EU companies will not solve the problem.
Will Turkey's earthquakes create shock waves on election day?
Interview with Soli Özel
As voters head to the polls on May 14 to elect their president, Turkey is entering a particularly heated election cycle just one month after the tragedy. How could recent earthquakes affect the vote?