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Tobias Etzold, Janus Keck

Elections in Denmark: EU skepticism instead of gradual rapprochement

After its exceptionally good election results, The Danish People’s Party could draw Denmark further into the euro-skeptic camp, write Tobias Etzold and Janus Keck.

Point of View, July 2015
Christian Mölling, Alicia von Voß

Parliamentary approval: This does not pave the way for a European Army

The report of the German »Rühe Commission« on international deployments is only a first step towards further defense cooperation in Europe. Christian Mölling and Alicia von Voss on the key issues that the German parliament needs to discuss now.

Point of View, June 2015
Christian Becker, Nadine Godehardt

China’s new Military Strategy

China’s recent white paper on military strategy gives important clues about the type of superpower Beijing aspires to be. Christian Becker and Nadine Godehardt on four eye-catching aspects of the document.

Point of View, June 2015
Ronja Kempin, Ronja Scheler

The EU Must Focus on Root Causes of Migration

The European Union is planning to act against human traffickers in the Mediterranean. But the plight of refugees can only be relieved when the EU’s foreign policy engagement is strengthened, say Ronja Kempin and Ronja Scheler.

Point of View, April 2015
Yaşar Aydın

»Turkey should respect the diversity and autonomy of the diaspora in Germany«

The SWP study »The New Turkish Diaspora Policy« by Yaşar Aydın has recently been published. In this interview he explains what lies behind this term, what aims Turkey is pursuing with the policy and the problems that exist in implementing it.

Point of View, October 2014
Muriel Asseburg

A Durable Ceasefire for Gaza

A ceasefire is not only needed to stop the killing and suffering in Gaza but also to prevent the next round of violence. For a durable ceasefire the blockade of Gaza must be lifted, says Muriel Asseburg.

Point of View, August 2014
Lars Brozus, Stephan Roll

Egypt: The EU Election Observation Mission was a Mistake

The assessment of the Egyptian presidential election by EU observers is highly problematic. Their preliminary report indicates that the EU has sided with the repressive regime. This could compromise its influence on the country’s development; argue Lars Brozus and Stephan Roll.

Point of View, June 2014
Daniela Kietz, Anne Lauenroth

Interview: »The Liberals will remain the kingmakers in the EP«

Daniela Kietz and Anne Lauenroth on the European elections results, the performance of populist parties and turnout rates.

Point of View, May 2014
Claudia Major, Christian Mölling

French Warships should go to Europe, not to Russia

France is confronted with a dilemma: Its arms deal with Russia jeopardizes Europe’s security. At the same time, the deal is crucial for its own arms industry. The EU could help out by buying the ships, write Claudia Major and Christian Mölling.

Point of View, May 2014
Annegret Bendiek

A Liberal Coalition for Internet Governance

The revelations by Edward Snowden proved to be an important turning point for the future of Internet governance. To protect the openness of the Internet while assuaging tensions, three major reforms should be undertaken, writes expert Annegret Bendiek.

Point of View, April 2014
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SWP Comments

Oliver Geden
Prioritise Greenhouse Gas Neutrality

EU and German Climate Policy Should Be More Ambitious and More Pragmatic


Annegret Bendiek, Raphael Bossong, Matthias Schulze
The EU’s Revised Cybersecurity Strategy

Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges