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How Can an Expanding EU Best Protect Rule of Law and Democracy?

Democracy, human rights, and rule of law are enshrined in the Treaties and are part of the European Union’s (EU) DNA. There was no hesitation at the time to include those provisions in the Treaties. But over the past years, we have seen backsliding in some countries, and the EU struggling to impose respect for the rule of law. The EU has given considerable attention to the issue and developed a whole toolbox of instruments to deal with it, both specific rule of law instruments as well as more general tools that can also serve for rule of law purposes. 

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Dr. András Rácz
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Trump-Proofing Europe

How the Continent Can Prepare for American Abandonment
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Prof. Dr. Guntram Wolff
Camille Grand
Arancha González Laya
et al.
External Publications

Germany Needs a Strategy—Grand and Democratic

German leaders have long been reluctant to discuss, let alone set, grand strategy. Now, with the world in flux and the old ways no longer working, Berlin needs to step up and clearly lay out what it wants—and how it plans to get it.

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Dr. Roderick Parkes
Florence Schimmel
Dr. Benjamin Tallis
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