Transatlantic turbulence – implications for European security
Research This report illuminates the driving forces and logic behind two separate but interlinked events: the Trump administration’s foreign policy agenda and the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Together, these developments have rocked the two pillars of European security: the transatlantic link and European integration.
Cybersecurity: the effects of Trump presidency and Brexit
Research The cybersecurity challenges facing Europe today and in the future are many and complex. Brexit, in combination with the presidency of Donald Trump has forced European cybersecurity cooperation into a phase of uncertainties and turbulence.
Resilience: Shared, and Forward
Research The notion of ‘resilience’ is gaining currency in European and Euro-Atlantic security policy discussions. But Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as U.S. President raise questions whether current patterns of Euro-Atlantic resilience cooperation will prevail or be changed in some way.
Brexit, Security and Defence: A political problem, not a military one
Research In the realm of security and defense, Brexit is likely to reduce the Europeans’ political capacity to act. However, their overall military capacity to act (that is, the European set of armed forces) is unlikely to suffer much.
Transatlantic turbulence and European security* – Effects of President Trump’s foreign policy agenda and Brexit
Research The people in one of the EU’s most powerful member states, the UK, have chosen to leave the EU and US president Donald Trump has yet to show any sympathy for European integration. What does this mean for European security?
Trump's Jacksonian Foreign Policy and its Implications for European Security
Research To understand what is likely to drive Trump, it is important to understand the domestic context in which he operates. Efforts to categorize him as isolationist or internationalist, hawk or dove, realist or idealist do little to help one understand Trump's domestic political base, which serves as the starting point to understand his foreign and security policies. After all, it's the politics, stupid.
Moldovas Election of a pro-Russian President: Implications for Europe
Research In November 2016, Moldova elected Igor Dodon as president in the first presidential elections since 1996. In his campaign, Dodon promised to restore Moldova’s relations with Russia and possibly revoke the Association Agreement (AA) with the European Union.