The Russian attack on Ukraine has plunged Europe into a security crisis. So far the reaction has been united. But quick-fix defence spending is one thing, a long-term strategic response quite another. Part of the series ‘Lessons of war: The rebirth of Europe revisited.’
Director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome; Honorary Professor at the University of Tübingen; independent non-executive director of Acea; and Europe’s Futures Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna. Her research interests include European integration and European foreign policy, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, transatlantic relations, multilateralism, conflict resolution, energy, climate and defence.