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1. What If the EU Did Not Share Data to Protect Its Critical Infrastructure?

2. How To Talk About Migration in Africa: Classic Hurdles and Six Recommendations for European Policymakers

3. Britain, Germany, and the Rise of Competitive Virtue Signaling

4. Promoting the Euro – Countering Secondary Sanctions: Germany Should Push to Complete Monetary Union

5. If Russia Uses Migration as a Weapon, Europeans Should Respond In Kind

6. Risky Thinking: How Scenarios Can Help the EU Bounce Back from Strategic Shock

7. Defense and Deterrence Against Geo-Economic Coercion What Germany and the EU Can Learn from China and the United States

8. Sea Change for Europe’s Security Order: Three Future Scenarios

9. Don’t Panic! How to Give Germany’s Crisis Management Strategic Footing

10. Russian Foreign Policy in 2020: Strengthening Multi-vectorialism

11. Europe’s Capacity to Act in the Global Tech Race: Charting a Path for Europe in Times of Major Technological Disruption

12. The New Geo-Economic Environment and the EU’s Capacity to Act

13. Building European Resilience and Capacity to Act: Lessons for 2030

14. Egypt, the EU, and Migration: An Uncomfortable Yet Unavoidable Partnership

15. Germany’s Debt Brake and Europe’s Fiscal Stance after COVID-19

16. The Use of Games in Strategic Foresight: A Warning from the Future

17. Rule of Law Diplomacy: Why the EU Needs to Become More Vocal in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine

18. The Hidden G2 for Democratic Tech Governance is the EU-US Relationship: A Starter Kit

19. Three Ideas to Improve the International Role of the ECB

20. A Capable EU Is No Utopia: Strategic Lessons from the German Presidency

21. Blurry Counterterrorism: A Chance for Russia, A Risk for Europe

22. To the Viktor Go the Spoils: What Orbán Needs to Form a New Political Camp in Europe

23. Promoting Technological Sovereignty and Innovation: Emerging and Disruptive Technologies

24. Strategic Foresight and the EU Cyber Threat Landscape in 2025

25. Migration, Borders, and the EU’s Capacity to Act

26. Towards More Effective Deradicalization: Urgent Recommendations for Addressing Violent Islamist Extremism

27. Building European Resilience and Capacity to Act: Lessons for 2030

28. COVID-19 and European Defense: Voices from the Capitals

29. The EU’s Strategic Compass and Its Four Baskets: Recommendations to Make the Most of It

30. The EU’s Role in Addressing Lebanon’s Multiple Crises

31. City Diplomacy: The EU’s Hidden Capacity to Act

32. The Rule of Law in the EU Budget: Backing Down Is Too High a Price for the EU to Pay

33. Breaking the Transatlantic Data Trilemma: The EU Must Step Up Its Approach to EU-US Data Flows

34. Upgrading Europe’s Civilian Crisis Management: A Strategic Planning Process in Ten Steps

35. Exploring EU Member States’ Good Practices: Incentives for More Secondment into Civilian CSDP Missions

36. Moldova in the EU's Eastern Partnership: Lessons of a Decade

37. EU Trade Policy Reform: Levelling the Playing Field in a New Geo-Economic Environment

38. Protests in Russia: Supporting Systemic Change Prior to 2020’s Elections

39. Presidential Election in Belarus Tensions Are Likely to Prevail

40. Britain’s Reckoning with the Future

41. Von der Leyen’s Second Chance: The “State of the Union” Address Is Her Make-Or-Break-Moment

42. Macron Looks East: The French president’s visit to the Baltics offers an opportunity for closer coordination with Germany on Russia policy

43. Mismatched Expectations are Straining EU-Ukraine Relations: Strengthening Mutual Trust and Credibility Should Remain Key Priority

44. War in NagornoKarabakh A Two-Track Strategy for the EU

45. An Eastern Policy Update, but No Upgrade: The EU needs a more ambitious Eastern Partnership strategy

46. How Leaders Can Stop Corona from Undermining the EU: The Health and Economic Crises Require Coordinated Handling

47. A New Risk to the EU from Coronavirus Viktor Orbán’s Hungary

48. Coronavirus in the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood: Why Brussels Needs to Scale Up Its Support

49. Time for a Corona Fund: How a Coalition of Willing Member States Can Shore Up the EU Economy

50. Deterrence and Defense in Times of COVID-19 Europe’s Political Choices

51. Towards European Anticipatory Governance for Artifi cial Intelligence

52. Pushing the EU to a Hamiltonian Moment: Germany’s Court Ruling and the Need to Build a Fiscal Capacity Force a Constitutional Debate

53. Four Scenarios for the Crisis in Belarus

54. Connectivity in Eurasia: Geopolitical Chances for the EU

55. The EU’s Role in Addressing Lebanon’s Multiple Crises

56. Moldova in the EU's Eastern Partnership: Lessons of a Decade

57. DONBAS PEACE TALKS 2.0: Russia’s Objectives and Ukraine’s Limits

58. The First Year of the Compact: How the Review Process Can Make Civilian CSDP More Capable

59. Global Energy in Transition: How the EU Should Navigate New Realities and Risks

60. Berlin’s Preliminary 5G Decision: Limiting Damage and Learning Lessons

61. Point of No Return: Viktor Orbán’s Divorce from the EPP

62. A New Dimension of Air-Based Threats: Germany, the EU, and NATO Need New Political Initiatives and Military Defense Systems

63. The Compact Roadmap: Towards a New Level of Professionalization in Civilian CSDP

64. German Leadership in Arms Control: Three Pillars to Achieve More Realism