Today the EU is suffering a crisis of legitimacy. Sonia Liang explores the rise of Euroscepticism and what it means for Europe’s future.
In Part II of this series, Sonia Liang examines the domestic debate in Sweden on how to best deal with today’s regional security challenges. At the center of this debate is the question of whether Sweden should join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Part I of this series examines Finland’s efforts to keep relations with Russia open and pragmatic at the same time as she pursues closer cooperation with NATO. Stay tuned for Part II, which evaluates the Swedish perspective on Baltic security
The world was shocked when Britain voted to leave the EU. Sonia Liang discusses the negative political and economic consequences of this decisions for Britain.
In the final part of her three part series on Frozen Conflicts Sonia Liang discusses Transnistria, a country with no legitimate claim to statehood. She looks at the issues surrounding its claim and the history that led to Transnistria’s status as a country that does not exist.
In Part II of a three-part series on frozen conflicts in post-Soviet Europe, Sonia Liang sits down with Deputy Chief of Mission George Khelashvili at the Georgian Embassy in Washington to discuss South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and Georgia’s NATO membership aspirations.
Sonia Liang explores Russia’s hybrid war on Europe’s Eastern flanks. How is Europe dealing with an ever more provocative Russia?
Hundreds of thousands of refugees are waiting to cross the borders into the EU. Sonia Liang looks at the human rights issues surrounding their treatment.
Sonia Liang discusses the possibility of Moldova’s NATO membership in the face of emerging national security threats.