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      Out of Order – “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989
      Jan29

      Out of Order – “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989

      Extraordinary things happened in 1989. The Berlin Wall fell. Europe finally came close to being “whole and free.” But that was not where history ended. The subsequent rise of an “anti-liberal counterrevolution” showed that the liberal internationalists’ agenda was far from bullet-proof. The tipping point, according to historian Timothy...

      “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989
      Jan24

      “The Best Year in European History”: Timothy Garton Ash on 1989

      Extraordinary things happened in 1989. The Berlin Wall fell. Europe finally came close to being “whole and free.” But that was not where history ended. The subsequent rise of an “anti-liberal counterrevolution” showed that the liberal internationalists’ agenda was far from bullet-proof. The tipping point, according to historian Timothy...

      The Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation
      Jan23

      The Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation

      As the European Union enters a new institutional era in 2020, its ability to sustain the recent defense momentum will be scrutinized. In the short term, the priority will be to manage successfully the implementation of existing initiatives. The review of the Permanent Structured Cooperation as well as the vote of the budget for the European...

      Three Questions with Dmytro Kuleba, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine
      Jan15

      Three Questions with Dmytro Kuleba, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine

      On December 13, GMF Senior Fellow Jonathan Katz sat down with Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s deputy prime minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration. Just days after Ukraine and Russia’s presidents met face-to-face for the first time since 2016, Kuleba discussed the outcome of the December 9 Normandy Four meeting in France. The...

      A Grand Bargain Can Bridge Any EU Divide on China
      Jan14

      A Grand Bargain Can Bridge Any EU Divide on China

      Transatlantic TakeRearranging its relationship toward China is one of the most crucial geostrategic challenges the European Union faces. However, despite their unanimous support of the EU’s China Strategy published last March, member states are still fairly divided on the desired approach to Beijing. While French President Emmanuel Macron...

      What to Watch in 2020
      Dec23

      What to Watch in 2020

      The most important thing to watch in 2020 for everyone in the transatlantic space – and not just there – is of course U.S. presidential politics. The year will start with the impeachment trial of President Trump, only the third in the country’s history. As Trump seems all but certain to survive impeachment, the next spectacle will be the...

      The United States Should Not Act Like It’s the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference
      Dec13

      The United States Should Not Act Like It’s the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference

      “Right now, Russia’s security services and their proxies have geared up to repeat their interference in the 2020 election. We are running out of time to stop them.” This stark warning from former National Security Council official Fiona Hill—during impeachment hearings in the U.S. Congress—serves as a sharp reminder of the threat to...

      The United States Should Not Act Like it is the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference
      Dec13

      The United States Should Not Act Like it is the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference

      “Right now, Russia’s security services and their proxies have geared up to repeat their interference in the 2020 election. We are running out of time to stop them.” This stark warning from former National Security Council official Fiona Hill—during impeachment hearings in the U.S. Congress—serves as a sharp reminder of the threat to...

      The United Should Not Act Like it is the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference
      Dec13

      The United Should Not Act Like it is the Only Country Facing Foreign Interference

      “Right now, Russia’s security services and their proxies have geared up to repeat their interference in the 2020 election. We are running out of time to stop them.” This stark warning from former National Security Council official Fiona Hill—during impeachment hearings in the U.S. Congress—serves as a sharp reminder of the threat to...

      Ukraine-Russia Peace Talks
      Dec11

      Ukraine-Russia Peace Talks

      In an interview with Euronews, GMF’s Bruno Lete weighs in on the Ukraine peace talks and relations between Russia and the EU. Featured image: Photo Credit: Sergei Chuzavkov / Shutterstock Source publication: EuroNewsLink: Read the full articleResearch and analysis for: Europe’s East and RussiaDate: Wednesday, December 11, 2019Featured...

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