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From "strategic autonomy" to a "geopolitical commission": Geoeconomics and the EU

European Politics
European Union
Foreign Policy
Governance
International Relations
Political Economy
State Power
P162
Milan Babic
University of Roskilde
Luuk Schmitz
European University Institute

Abstract

This panel discusses the recent strategic changes in the geopolitical and geoeconomic outlook of the EU and its implications.

Title Details
The EU as a geoeconomic actor? A review of recent European trade and investment initiatives View Paper Details
A geoeconomic Europe? ‘Strategic autonomy’ in policy thinking in Germany, France and the EU Commission View Paper Details
Reconciling state capitals: The embeddedness of EU-China state-sponsored funds and the geoeconomics of competing Sino-EU interests View Paper Details
Thinktanks and “strategic autonomy”: making sense of EU’s role in the world of geoeconomics View Paper Details
What is a “geopolitical Commission”? The European Commission’s expanding role in international security affairs View Paper Details