A Sovereign Europe: Strategic Management of Global Interdependence

The return of geopolitics and intensifying rivalries on the international level are putting Europe under pressure. Critical interdependences are increasingly instrumentalised. This endangers the success of the European model, which is based on intensive political and economic interdependence in multilateral systems. We examine how the EU can preserve and strengthen its capacity to act by strategically managing its interdependencies.


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Mark Fischer
Senior Project Manager
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Christian Hanelt
Senior Expert Europe, Neighbourhood and the Middle East
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Dr. Cora Francisca Jungbluth
Senior Expert China and Asia-Pacific
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Miriam Kosmehl
Senior Expert Eastern Europe and EU Neighbourhood
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Klaudia Kricks
Project Assistant
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Anika Sina Laudien
Project Manager
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Claudia Priemer
Project Assistant
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Anastasia Rogalski
Project Assistant
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Jasmin Ruhnke
Senior Project Assistant
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Stephan Vopel
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Dr. Peter Walkenhorst
Senior Project Manager
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Stefani Weiss
Senior Expert EU Governance, Foreign and Security Policy

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