Foreign policy & defence

Londyński analityk: Wybór Donalda Trumpa może wpłynąć korzystnie na stosunki Wielkiej Brytanii z UE

Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska
12 November 2016
RMF24
Zwycięstwo Donalda Trumpa i Brexit wywołały w światowej polityce trzęsienia ziemi. Wybór na stanowisko prezydenta kandydata republikanów może wpłynąć korzystnie na stosunki Wielkiej Brytanii z Unią Europejską - mówi w rozmowie z korespondentem RMF FM Bogdanem Frymorgenem Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska z Centre for European Reform.

RTVE: Europa abierta - Un año de los atentados de París. ¿Se ha reforzado realmente la seguridad europea?

11 November 2016
The CER's Camino Mortera-Martinez speaks to RTVE.es one year on from the terrorist attacks in Paris.

W.Brytania: Ekspert: wybór Trumpa to test dla Unii Europejskiej

Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska
10 November 2016
Forsal
Wygrana Donalda Trumpa umocni siły populistyczne, które chcą większej roli państw członkowskich Unii Europejskiej albo po prostu jej rozpadu - oceniła w rozmowie z PAP analityk Centre for European Reform Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska. "To test dla UE" - dodała.
Gostyńska-Jakubowska zaznaczyła, że zwycięstwo kandydata Partii Republikańskiej Trumpa w
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NDR: Streitkräfte und Strategien

05 November 2016
The CER's Sophia Besch speaks to German radio on EU defence co-operation, "European Strategic autonomy without the UK will be difficult" (18:42 – 19:15).

Putin's Cold War hots up

29 October 2016
The Sun
NATO believes that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has amassed 330,000 troops along the border to the EU and its allies.
After the EU global strategy - Consulting the experts

After the EU global strategy - Consulting the experts

28 October 2016
EU Institute for Security Studies
In addition to publishing a Security and Defence Implementation Plan (SDIP) in December, all EU member states should sign a pledge to protect the security of their citizens.

The EU's security of supply agenda

20 October 2016
Armament Industry European Research Group
The EU Commission is currently preparing its ‘Defence Action Plan’. In it, Brussels should clarify its ambitions for an EU-wide security of supply agenda for defence.

Judy Asks: Should the West impose more sanctions on Russia?

19 October 2016
Carnegie Europe
The statement on Syria by the EU’s Foreign Affairs Council on October 17 was full of strong rhetoric and empty of substance.

Judy Asks: Is Central Europe destroying EU solidarity?

Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska
05 October 2016
Carnegie Europe
Central Europe's defiant approach toward the refugee crisis has undermined EU unity, but it has not triggered its erosion.

CER podcast: Last week in EU affairs

Sophia Besch, Ian Bond, Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska
20 September 2016
Sophia Besch talks to Ian Bond and Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska about the Bratislava summit, President Jean-Claude Juncker's State of the European Union address and defence union proposals.

Minus Britain, the EU brainstorms in Bratislava

16 September 2016
IISS
As Brussels and European Union capitals get back into their political rhythm again after the summer break, the EU meeting in Bratislava on Friday 16 September is set to be anything but business as usual.
Always look on the dark side of life: How Britain got the EU wrong

Always look on the dark side of life: How Britain got the EU wrong

05 September 2016
Krytyka
When the British people voted by 52 to 48 per cent on June 23rd to leave the European Union, the political and financial establishment was shocked. Why had so many ordinary Britons voted for a leap into the unknown?

CER podcast: 5 questions on territorial disputes in the South China Sea

Sophia Besch, Rem Korteweg
26 July 2016
Sophia Besch talks to Rem Korteweg about reactions to the recent UN tribunal ruling from the region, the US and the EU, and the difficult balance between power politics and international law.

CER podcast: 5 questions on the attempted coup in Turkey

Sophia Besch, Rem Korteweg
20 July 2016
Sophia Besch talks to Rem Korteweg about the implications for the EU, NATO and Turkey’s European trajectory.

El cambio de Turquía amenaza a Europa

19 July 2016
La Razon
La mano dura del Gobierno turco con los supuestos golpistas deja a los líderes europeos en un lugar bastante complicado.

Don’t panic! Turkey won’t be joining the EU anytime soon

Rem Korteweg
16 June 2016
The Spectator
The Leave campaign sees the EU-Turkey accession talks as a reason to drum up fears about migration. In fact, it is a red herring.

Russia using refugee crisis to divide the West

08 June 2016
Anadolu Post
Russia is deploying a raft of measures, from propaganda to threats of nuclear war in an effort to divide and weaken the West. After a slow start, the West is responding.

Waging war on the myth of an EU army

07 June 2016
Politico
As the referendum nears and Britain's EU debate becomes less evidence-based, Brexiteers are tapping into deep-rooted tropes of Euroscepticism guaranteed to alarm the British public.

Is the EU responsible for the crisis in Ukraine?

26 May 2016
Prospect
Many of those demanding Brexit blame the EU for blundering into Ukraine and setting off a chain reaction that led to bloody civil war.
TTIP is no reason to leave the EU

TTIP is no reason to leave the EU

Rem Korteweg
23 May 2016
EurActiv
Opposition to TTIP has become a rallying cry for supporters of Brexit. Its critics are relying on myths about trade agreements in general, and about TTIP and the NHS in particular, writes Rem Korteweg.

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