Civil society organizations throughout Europe are not taking authoritarian encroachment sitting down. Instead, they are finding creative ways to fight back.
Ukraine’s president is trying to reassert his control through a radical government reshuffle, but this risky strategy may well backfire.
The EU Code of Practice on Disinformation was an important experiment that has now come to an end. But what should follow? Without a renewed focus on stakeholder engagement, efforts could stall, putting everyone at risk of disinformation attacks.
While several post-Soviet countries such as Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine now routinely hold free and fair elections, another democratic pillar—rule of law—has proved much more difficult to achieve.
At the Munich Security Conference, leaders clamored together at a still-grand-but-past-its-prime hotel in the center of Munich. Four new issues dominated the space their counterparts used to hold.
The EU’s assistance for civil society partners in Turkey, the Western Balkans, and Eastern Europe needs to evolve in response to the more challenging environments activists in these countries now face.
The EU must help strengthen civil society in Ukraine to bring peace and solidify the Euro-Atlantic democratic space.
By using state-of-the-art early-warning models, the recent outbreaks of deadly violence in Mali and Ukraine could probably have been predicted.
How do the U.S. and EU approaches to AI compare and what is the role for transatlantic cooperation?
Cybersecurity is no longer just about firewalls, data encryption, and strong passwords.