Europe in the World

Photo: ©European Council President, G7 meeting, Taormina, Italy, May 2017

The Europe in the World unit offers policy analysis and advice on how Europe and the Netherlands can pursue their interests in today’s volatile geopolitical landscape. Turmoil in the neighbourhood, rising protectionism, technological change, a pending Brexit and competing major powers demand fresh thinking. How should Europe’s foreign, security, trade and energy policies adapt?

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Why the EU should pay more attention to Taiwan

9 January 2020 - 09:00

11 January are the Taiwanese general elections. As the Sino-American trade war is shifting towards a more ideological and high-tech race, these elections are centered around Taiwan’s relationship with Washington, Brussels and Beijing.

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12 August 2019 - 08:55