Economic Instability

    • Commentary

    EU Guidelines on Human Rights Defenders

    The EU provides a framework to protect human rights defenders who operate in countries where rights and freedoms are comprised. For continued relevance, the guidelines must be more fully implemented and updated to reflect new challenges to human rights defenders.

    • Multimedia

    Economic Impact of War On Europe

    As Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues without an end in sight, the question of diplomacy remains. Where is the political push to mediate and where will it come from?

    • Strategic Europe

    Europe Heads Into a Rocky Autumn

    Amid soaring energy prices, Russia’s continued war in Ukraine, and tensions over Taiwan, the EU will have no respite. The bloc mustn’t let internal crises distract from strategically dealing with external challenges.

    • China Financial Markets

    What’s in Store for China’s Mortgage Market?

    The Chinese economy has been wracked by rural bank defaults and boycotts over mortgage payments. In the first half of this two-part blog post, I will explain these events and what they reveal about the health of Chinese markets. In the second part, I will discuss some of the crisis’s systemic implications.

    • Research

    Making the EU’s New Development Aid Work for Democracy

    • Sergio Rodríguez Prieto
    • August 04, 2022

    As the EU begins a new cycle of its aid programs, it must place democracy at the center of its development policy.

    • Research

    The Awakening of Geopolitical Europe?

    Contrary to widespread assertions, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has not given birth to a fundamental geopolitical shift in EU external action.

    • Commentary

    Threats, Instability and Disruption in Europe’s South

    • Marc Pierini
    • July 21, 2022
    • Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)

    The multifaceted tensions simmering south of Europe pose major challenges to the EU. Although the bloc has already embarked on some important foreign policy initiatives, more concrete and sustained actions must be implemented.

    • Research

    Autocracy Versus Democracy After the Ukraine Invasion: Mapping a Middle Way

    Russia's invasion of Ukraine will sharpen the divide between democracies and autocracies, but also lead to more realpolitik strategic balancing. A key question is what kind of coordination emerges between democracies.

    • Strategic Europe

    What Are You Reading?

    It’s that time of the year! Dip into the final batch of summer recommendations from Carnegie Europe’s scholars, friends, and colleagues. We hope you enjoy them and discover some real gems.

    • Commentary

    Why the Philippines Is So Vulnerable to Food Inflation

    Among emerging Asian economies, it has the fewest tools to fight the global food crisis.

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