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Oliver Meier, Azadeh Zamirirad

What Europe can do now to save the nuclear deal with Iran

In response to Tehran’s announcement that it will no longer be implementing parts of the nuclear agreement, the EU should do everything it can to avert the danger of the accord’s full collapse and create the necessary conditions to normalise trade relations with Iran. An assessment by Oliver Meier and Azadeh Zamirirad.

Point of View, May 2019
Andrea Schmitz

An era is coming to an end in Kazakhstan

After the change of power in Kazakhstan, the signs point to continuity. But in the future, social moods could become more important. It cannot be ruled out that this will lead to more turbulent times for the country. A classification by Andrea Schmitz.

Point of View, March 2019
Annegret Bendiek, Nadine Godehardt, Jürgen Neyer, David Schulze

Preventing digital trench warfare between the EU and China

Digital geopolitics is taking center stage in EU-China relations. What conflicts might be relevant in the next 15 years? Annegret Bendiek, Nadine Godehardt, Jürgen Neyer, and David Schulze present four scenarios.

Point of View, March 2019
Nicolai von Ondarza

The EU should insist on a long extension

After the renewed rejection of Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement and the symbolic rejection of a no-deal Brexit, the question about the extension of the exit process is now the main focus of the Brexit drama. Despite the risks, the EU-27 should only accept an extension of at least nine months, says Nicolai von Ondarza.

Point of View, March 2019
Max Gallien

Stability in North Africa does not require stronger governments, but stronger opposition

As it seeks to support “stability” in North Africa, the international community needs to think less about strong states, and more about strong opposition, says Max Gallien.

Point of View, March 2019
Annette Weber

Sudan: The yellow vests of Khartoum

Tens of thousands of Sudanese have been protesting for weeks against political and economic grievances in the war-wracked nation. The stability of an important partner of the West is also at stake. How will the situation develop? Annette Weber believes that three scenarios are possible

Point of View, February 2019
Annegret Bendiek

No New Cold War: Give Strategic Interdependence a Chance

With its concept of strategic autonomy, the EU risks triggering a new Cold War. In the context of globalisation and digitisation, it should focus on strategic interdependence instead. A plea by Annegret Bendiek.

Point of View, November 2018
David Kipp, Melanie Müller

EU Migration Policy Bears No Relation to Reality

The EU is operating in crisis mode as regards migration policy, focusing above all on containment – wrongly, as David Kipp and Melanie Müller argue. They identify four factors that should be involved in a factual debate about sustainable migration policy.

Point of View, November 2018
Judith Vorrath, Tobias Pietz

CSDP Compact: Reinventing EU Civilian Crisis Management?

On 19 November 2018, EU foreign ministers adopted the Civilian CSDP Compact. Although the process as such was a necessary step, Tobias Pietz and Judith Vorrath argue that the Compact falls short of putting EU civilian crisis management on a new footing.

Point of View, November 2018
Lars Brozus

"No Crystal Ball"

The editor of the SWP study “While We Were Planning”, Lars Brozus, speaks about the potential benefits of scientifically grounded foresight.

Point of View, September 2018
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SWP Comments

Judith Vorrath, Maike Voss
The Hidden Dangers of Falsified and Substandard Medicines

Developing Countries Are Most Affected by the Illegal Trade


Barbara Lippert, Erik Brandes
It Is Up to the Government

Political Lessons Learnt from the 2016 Brexit Referendum