“Chaos strategy through hybrid, multi-vector warfare is here to stay.”
“Geopolitical competition will look less like a cold war and more like a constant barrage of violent episodes, low-threshold probes of Western readiness, and strategic deception and obfuscation of targets and intentions.”
What comes next for Nord Stream 2?
“What happens in the Black Sea doesn’t stay in the Black Sea”
Our EU partners must resist the impulse to digital sovereignty.
As Joe Biden is sworn in as President of the United States of America, CEPA experts reflect on the challenges and opportunities facing the transatlantic community in the next four years.
The United States and the EU have a lot of work ahead
With Joe Biden days away from assuming the Presidency, European “strategic autonomy” debates refuse to die — much to the chagrin of many Central and East European leaders.
Democracy is not an outcome, but a continuous and changing process
Military mobility is where U.S. and German interests intersect