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Hürcan Aslı Aksoy

What lies behind Turkey’s withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention?

Turkey’s withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention is a clear attack on human rights and the rule of law. This move is part of President Erdoğan’s strategy to remain in power. Brussels should demand a reversal of the withdrawal, says Hürcan Aslı Aksoy.

Point of View, 29.03.2021
Eric J. Ballbach

It is time to act, not react, on North Korea

After new provocations, North Korea is back on the agenda of the international community. The US must not engage in a rhetorical tug-of-war. Instead, it must act quickly, says Eric J. Ballbach. Europe can also play a role in this.

Point of View, 29.03.2021
Lars Brozus

Will multilateralism be great again?

Aspirational talk is important, but future-oriented policies based on foresight and predictions are essential for international cooperation, argues Lars Brozus.

Point of View, 26.03.2021
Paweł Tokarski

The Italian Challenge: Can Draghi Master It?

The new Italian prime minister, Mario Draghi, will have very little time to solve the country’s structural problems, which have existed for decades. It is therefore crucial for someone to take the helm after him who will build on his achievements, says Paweł Tokarski.

Point of View, 19.02.2021
Sinem Adar

Turkey’s Ruling Alliance Facing Protests: On the Attack or the Defensive?

Ankara’s harsh response to the protests at Boğaziçi University belie the vulnerabilities of the AKP/MHP coalition. Sinem Adar argues that Europe should not turn a blind eye to the repression of dissent.

Point of View, 12.02.2021
Melanie Müller

Crisis-proofing Supply Chains: “It’s about Human Rights Too”

The pandemic has exposed the magnitude of global dependency on supply relationships. Melanie Müller discusses with Candida Splett how the resilience of supply chains can be improved. Human rights are an important aspect.

Point of View, 03.02.2021
Ilke Toygür

No Easy Reset: Time for Europe to Clarify Its Relationship with Turkey

After a rough period, Ankara is making overtures to Brussels. Ilke Toygür discusses the prospects, the need for the EU to clarify its own position, and the implications of the election of Joe Biden.

Point of View, 03.02.2021
Lars Brozus, Stephan Roll

Five years after the murder of Giulio Regeni: Europe's dangerous Egypt policy

Egypt has never been called to account for the murder of Giulio Regeni, nor for the numerous human rights violations committed by the Sisi regime. Focusing only on stability, European governments are increasingly losing touch with actual developments in Egypt, say Lars Brozus and Stephan Roll.

Point of View, 03.02.2021
Nicolai von Ondarza

The Brexit Treaty: A potential foundation for a new partnership

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom cements a hard Brexit. Nicolai von Ondarza gives five reasons why it nevertheless could be a good basis for a gradual improvement in the badly battered relations.

Point of View, 01.02.2021
Güney Yildiz

GCC/Qatar Reconciliation: Good or Bad News for Turkey?

The 5 January agreement between Doha and Riyadh and its allies ends the blockade on Qatar. Given that Qatar is Turkey’s only influential Arab ally in the region, the deal has implications for Ankara. Güney Yildiz examines the prospects.

Point of View, 18.01.2021
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SWP Comments

Dumitru Minzarari
The Russian Military Escalation around Ukraine’s Donbas

Risks and Scenarios for a Revised EU Policy

Franziska Smolnik, Mikheil Sarjveladze, Giorgi Tadumadze
Deadlock in Georgia

Political Crisis and Regional Changes Need an EU Response