The new boundaries of European economic sovereignty
The new boundaries of European economic sovereignty

In Europe, it is no longer feasible to separately address economic and geopolitical risks. We are confronted by ruthless dictators who manipulate energy resources as tools for political and military coercion; formidable powers like China, which fortify their influence in the Union’s new member states through strategic investments and trade relations; and long-standing allies like the United States, which have demonstrated their intent to prioritize their own geopolitical agendas, even at odds with European interests. How can we make Europe less susceptible to external manipulation, pressures, and shocks, while simultaneously mitigating the impact on the Union’s already tepid economic growth?



To meet the growing demand for quality information on economic issues, to provide useful tools for everyday decision-making and for forming an opinion on broader issues. We will focus primarily on data, using simple language, but without oversimplifying and without denying the complexity of the problems. And we will do this without bending statistics to fit preconceived theses.


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