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1. Into the Blue Pacific: Why the EU Should Help Island Nations Address Climate Change and Maritime Insecurity

2. Toughening Financial Sanctions on Russia: Enforcing Energy Sanctions and Reducing Shadow Reserves Effectively

3. Coping with Technology Sanctions in the Russian Financial Sector

4. Tech Sanctions Against Russia: Turning the West’s Assumptions Into Lessons

5. China “De-risking”: A Long Way from Political Statements to Corporate Action

6. Conditionality in Migration Cooperation: Five Ideas for Future Use Beyond Carrots, Sticks, and Delusions

7. Protecting the EU’s Submarine Cable Infrastructure: Germany’s Opportunity to Transform Vulnerability into Mutual Resilience

8. Evaluating Public Support for Chinese Vendors in Europe’s 5G Infrastructure

9. Russia’s War in Ukraine: Rethinking the EU’s Eastern Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

19. Strict and Uniform: Improving EU Sanctions Enforcement

20. Managing Risks in the EU-China Economic Relationship

21. Germany’s Role in Europe’s Digital Regulatory Power: Shaping the Global Technology Rule Book in the Service of Europe

22. The Geopolitics of Digital Technology Innovation: Assessing Strengths and Challenges of Germany’s Innovation Ecosystem

23. Gas and Energy Security in Germany and Central and Eastern Europe

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

48. Towards European Anticipatory Governance for Artifi cial Intelligence

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

50. Four Scenarios for the Crisis in Belarus