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?
Many Conservatives in the United Kingdom want their country to leave the European Union. They are dangerously wrong. The reason for continued British participation in the European project is decidedly geopolitical, not only economic. Here is why…
In the fifth of European Geostrategy’s interview series, James Rogers speaks to Richard Whitman about the Financial Crisis’ impact on European integration, European enlargement, British relations with the rest of the European Union, and demographic changes within the European Union’s Member States.
What is wrong with Europe? Why have Europeans not come to love European integration? Why are European liberals behaving like depressed hippies? How can the ‘European Nightmare’ in which Europeans now find themselves be transformed into a sustainable ‘European Dream’?
What happened to the ‘Blair doctrine’? During the late 1990s and early 2000s, the European Union was re-articulated as a global power. Why has this ceased? Why is it a negative development? And how can it be reversed?
Is Declan Ganley an anti-European, or a pro-European in disguise? Why is European integration failing to deliver growth and security? How might a new Europe be re-constituted democratically in light of falling public support?