In the sixth of European Geostrategy’s ‘Long Posts’, Xymena Kurowska and Bence Németh enquire as to whether Central Europe has become a geopolitical playground for a plethora of internal, external and ‘caretaking’ powers. How might the region’s countries better prepare themselves for the future?
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The Group on Grand Strategy publishes today its fourth ‘Strategic Snapshot’, entitled ‘How to bridge the “three islands”: The future of European military co-operation’. This snapshot delves into the world of European military integration, particularly co-operation between the Nordic states, the British and French and the Central European countries.