North Korea faces severe deforestation and environmental threats. Could Climate Diplomacy be a way for the EU to re-start its dialogue with the isolated country?
The virtual meeting between the leaders of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) that took place on the 12th of March
The Portuguese port of Sines has become an economic battleground for Chinese and American influence in Europe, all set to the background of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. How should the EU respond and ensure strategic autonomy?
EIAS Talk by Lin Goethals with H.E. Ambassador Dilyor Khakimov on the Future of Uzbekistan and Uzbek-EU Relations at 30 years of Independence.
With the 2021 Presidential Election, Mongolian citizens elected their new Head of State on 9th June 2021, amidst the country’s first serious Covid-19 outbreak. Currently facing some challenging times, we assess the impact of the country’s elections and look ahead at developments in EU-Mongolia relations.
Announcements made following the meeting showcase renewed desire for the establishment of a solid multi-faceted relationship between the EU and India, encompassing trade and technology. Behind this course of action lies a clearly shared common vision of a multipolar Indo-Pacific. The circumstances of this alignment, however, cast doubt on its long-term potential and implementation.
Webinar assessing the potential for businesses and policy makers in Taiwan and the EU and how to shape mutually beneficial green cooperation in the circular economy, promoting investment, trade, and technology exchanges between their respective industries.