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Hajnalka Vincze is a foreign and defense policy analyst. She decrypts the intricacies of European and transatlantic relations, with a particular emphasis on both the technical details and the broader political-strategic context.

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Who "neeeds NATO" more? France or... the USA?

 

One Voice, But Whose Voice? Should France Cede Its UN Security Council Seat to the EU?

France and Germany recently decided to share the presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and jointly do the agenda-setting and public communication tasks...

President Macron’s “minor mishaps”: towards a downfall or a rebound?

After a virtually faultless first year in office, French President Emmanuel Macron has faced more difficult times in recent months. Admittedly, his speeches are as eloquent...


Latest publications

Europeans want to become a digital superpower – at least that’s what they say
Portfolio
22 aout, 2021


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A digital Iron Curtain risks to be erected in the new Cold War
Portfolio
24 juil, 2021


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NATO regains the upper hand in its standoff with the EU
Défense & Stratégie n°45 printemps 2021
16 juin, 2021


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The Europeans vis-a-vis the old-new U.S. foreign policy
Engagement n°131
15 juin, 2021


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Discussing the EU's common future is fascinating but vain
Portfolio
30 mai, 2021


The recently launched one-year-long collective brainstorming on the future of the Union is an attractive idea indeed. By seeking input directly from the citizens, it is planned to serve as the basis for reforming the EU – and who knows: maybe even have another go at the treaty itself. However, this sympathetic scenario needs nuancing from the outset. First of all, the conclusions are already in the bag. Secondly, on fundamental political issues, the EU will remain just as incapable after. Thirdly, posing the question of the European Union’s common future is a mistake by itself. If they insist on the 27-member format, Europe will have no future whatsoever. It will write itself out of History, and its fate will be decided by outside powers. ...

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News Briefs
On the US presidential election's possible impact on Europe

A few thoughts about the possible impact of the upcoming U.S. elections on transatlantic relations,...
Belgian Parliament nearly puts an end to the stationing of US nuclear bombs

 
EU Seat on the UNSC? A False Good Idea: Attractive but Counterproductive

It would be desirable to see Europe “speaking with one voice”...

The French defense minister tries to convince the US on the idea of European autonomy

At the Atlantic Council in Washington, Florence Parly...

Macron against the US-bound diversion of European defense budgets

Emmanuel Macron has rocked a very sensitive boat. For decades,...

On Syria and Trump, President Macron in the illusion of influence

A couple of seconds within a two-and-a-half hour television...

Europe’s Voters Have Spoken…But What Did They Say?

I had the pleasure to discuss the results of German elections,...

Conversation on the eve of French presidential elections

I had the pleasure to discuss the upcoming French elections with...

EU calls for non-interference from America

During a discussion at the Atlantic Council in Washington,...

Soon-to-be President Trump, the best ally for France's European policy

NATO "obsolete", the Brexit "a success"? The bluntly expressed...






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