Economic Instability

    • Strategic Europe

    Judy Asks: Is Migration Europe’s Achilles Heel?

    The EU’s failure to forge an effective migration and asylum policy undermines European integration and benefits the far right. Protecting EU external borders cannot come at the expense of migrants’ rights and lives.

    • Research

    Hard Cash and Soft Power: When Chinese Firms Win EU Contracts

    Financed by the EU, the construction of the Pelješac Bridge in Croatia has been a resounding success for Chinese soft power. Policymakers in Brussels should implement changes to the union’s procurement policy to avoid supporting the ambitions of its economic competitor and systemic rival.

    • Strategic Europe

    France’s Military Pivot to Europe

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is forcing France to shift its attention to European defense. This direction could benefit both the EU and NATO.

    • Multimedia

    Change Beyond Climate

    Countries responsible for higher gas emissions are stuck in an economic model that does not allow for peaceful and constructive climate conversations. To deliver on the climate transition and to avoid further conflict, decarbonization should not be used as a tool to redesign the global balance of power.

    • Research

    Democratic Innovations From Around the World: Lessons for the West

    Countries around the world are struggling to bridge the gap between citizens and political elites. Innovative practices outside the West, while far from ideal, should be considered in debates about democratic renewal in Europe.

    • Strategic Europe

    COP27 Must Focus on Actions, Not Words

    The window to stabilize the climate is rapidly closing. Negotiators at COP27 must be ready to address thorny issues and move from ambitious targets to policy implementation.

    • Commentary

    Could the EPC Hold Europe Together in the Face of Russian Threat?

    The European Political Community aims to draw EU’s neighbors into its orbit while leaving enough room to accelerate European integration. Doubts remain over the new platform’s ability to overcome the harsh political realities that sunk similar initiatives over the years.

    • Strategic Europe

    Five Takeaways From the European Political Community Summit

    Getting forty-four leaders from across Europe to meet in Prague was an achievement in itself. But it involved substituting values and principles for realpolitik and left fundamental questions open.

    • Research

    The EU and the Creative and Destructive Impact of Crises

    Crises have proven to be a necessary driver for the development of European integration, but they haven’t always led to a strengthened union. While the consequence of each challenge must be analyzed on a case-by-case basis, the element of solidarity among EU member states is crucial.

    • Event

    The Politics of Bread in Egypt

    Please join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Middle East program for a public discussion marking the launch of Jessica Barnes' new book, "Staple Security: Bread and Wheat in Egypt."

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