Gone are the days of the post-Cold War ‘American Hyperpower’ which dominated global economic and strategic security in a world of relatively stable nuclear security. While the Cold War world presented an uneasy nuclear balance… [Read more]
Tag: Security Policy
Pessimism – An Obstacle to Peace?
Hertie School students Jekaterina Grigorjeva (Latvia) and Kevin Müller (Germany) were selected as two of the three Junior Ambassadors for the 2016 Munich Security Conference (MSC), under the chairmanship of Hertie School Professor Wolfgang Ischinger.… [Read more]
Can the European Union Come Up with a Real Security Strategy?
It has been five years since the European Union last debated its security strategy. Twelve years have passed since the adoption of the so-called 2003 Solana Strategy “A Secure Europe in a Better World”. The… [Read more]