This quarterly report follows the evolution of the ambitious and cross-cutting “European Green Deal” strategy toward climate neutrality, and highlights debate surrounding the Nature Restoration Law and the Renewable Energy Directive.
Reflecting on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington, this discusses opportunities that lay ahead for the U.S.-India partnership, particularly around technology and defense cooperation.
As China seeks to maintain differences within the European Union regarding transatlantic cooperation toward China, this examines how differing approaches limit the ability of the EU and United States to act globally.
It is clear that President Trump's unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement was a strategic mistake. Given that, this addresses how Jerusalem should approach the unfolding Iranian nuclear threat.
Conflicts are expanding beyond the geographical sphere into geoeconomics. This publication delves into possible European strategies for integration while promoting its strategic autonomy within the multilateral, unstable world.
The trilateral defense agreement with Australia, the UK, and the U.S. includes pillars on nuclear proliferation and sensitive information sharing: This highlights the struggle for strategic cooperation through proliferation and regional stability.
AI has infiltrated the battlefield via military advancements that see countries attempting to gain an "Information Superiority" over their adversaries. This discusses ways the EU can develop cautionary regulations.