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EFPI/ICDS contribution to the book project “Perceptions of Germany in the Security of the Baltic Sea Region”

The book “Perceptions of Germany in the Security of the Baltic Sea Region” is a collection of papers from Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Germany and assess Germany’s contribution to the security of the Baltic Sea region. The book project was led by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs in Riga.

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It’s Time to Shape the Conversation on “European Strategic Autonomy”

The term “European strategic autonomy” has been around for a while, but it gained more attention with the publication of the EU Global Strategy in 2016 and president Macron’s continuous use of the phrase since.

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Ukrainian Autocephaly and European Security

Ukraine has inched close to achieving independence for its church. It may seem strange to some, but unfortunately by the fifth year of the war, a significant part of the Orthodox Christians in Ukraine remain under Moscow’s control. How do these matters of spirit influence the security of the region, and how does that reflect on international relations?

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