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?
In the sixth of European Geostrategy’s interview series, Daniel Fiott speaks to Robert Cooper about the European Security Strategy, European enlargement, British relations with the rest of the European Union, and ‘neo-idealism’ as a foreign policy mindset.
British power is too frequently under-estimated. According to current projections – economic and demographic – the United Kingdom will be the most populous and productive European power by mid-century. How can Britain capitalise on its long-term strengths, rather than concentrate on its temporary weaknesses?