It’s fair to say that the European Union is facing a crisis of faith.
Pressed by the high energy dependence (more than 50%), the high volatility of gas and oil prices due to destabilizing geopolitical factors and the urgent need to guarantee a secure energy supply, the EU implemented an energy strategy based on the
Blood-red. But that’s a banned fact. (It will be documented in what follows.)
The EU and especially the euro are in a corner.
Australia's scrapping of the French submarines deal constitutes a turning point in the strength and solidarity of the Western alliance headed by the US, which dominated the world stage following the end of the Cold War period and the formation of
This year, 2021, has been particular for Europe, in many ways and senses. Covid-pandemic and all its “side-effects” in European economies, civil societies, politics, protest behaviors of citizens etc.
Since late 2019, Britain has had a stable government with a large parliamentary majority, which has signalled that it takes defence – and the security of its allies and partners – more seriously than its predecessors (or any conceivable alternativ
From the perspective of policymakers, planning for the many uncertainties that the future brings is a complicated task.