Global Europe Program
The Global Europe Program addresses vital issues affecting the European continent, U.S.-European relations, and Europe’s ties with the rest of the world. We investigate European approaches to critical global issues: digital transformation, climate, migration, global governance. We also examine Europe’s relations with Russia and Eurasia, China and the Indo-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Our program activities cover a wide range of topics, from the role of NATO, the European Union and the OSCE to European energy security, trade disputes, challenges to democracy, and counter-terrorism. The Global Europe Program’s staff, scholars-in-residence, and Global Fellows participate in seminars, policy study groups, and international conferences to provide analytical recommendations to policy makers and the media.
Connect With Us
See our newest content first.
Subscribe for updates about new events, articles, videos, and more.
Europe and America don’t see eye to eye on economic security: How to avoid fragmentation
Boosting economic security in face of war, geopolitical upheaval, and other global crises has become a paramount priority for both the EU and the US. But a divide over how to best go about it is increasingly visible across the Atlantic. While European leaders still grapple with how to square the circle of staying competitive while boosting resilience and autonomy, American leaders increasingly appear concerned above all with one goal: checking China’s technological rise and economic reach. Allies must try to find common ground on the basic principles of economic security approaches, or risk resentment and fragmentation.
Finland’s Contributions to NATO: Strengthening the Alliance’s Nordic and Arctic Fronts
Foreign policy challenges facing the Sunak Government
Ripples of War | Six Months Since Russia’s Invasion into Ukraine
A Strategic Compass: The European Union expands its toolbox
Northern Ireland on the Edge
WQ Summer 2022 | Ripples of War
Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellowship
Sisters But Not Twins: Prospects of Finland and Sweden’s NATO Accession
The European Union’s U-Turn: Emergence of a Great Power?
Staff & Experts
Robin S. Quinville
Jason C. Moyer
Diana Villiers Negroponte
Author "The Last President of Europe: Emmanuel Macron’s Race to Revive France and Save the World"
Steven Philip Kramer
Author "Jews, Muslims, and the French Republic" (Cambria: 2022)
Senior Research Fellow, Fridtjof Nansen Institute
Research Fellow at the Egmont Royal Institute
Senior Research Fellow for Land Warfare at the Royal United Services Institute
Independent Scholar; former Assistant Professor of Government, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC