The War in Ukraine Raises New Questions for EU Foreign Policy

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – Europe’s gravest security crisis in decades – has prompted the EU to take unprecedented decisions on security, defence, and EU enlargement. It is also starting to shape the EU’s external action more broadly, opening new questions for Brussels and member states. The International Crisis Group published this report on 5 April 2022.

With war at its doorstep following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the European Union has demonstrated unity and resolve in its response. The war is also accelerating transformations in the EU’s foreign policy as Brussels is forced to adjust to new geopolitical realities. It is hard to overstate t…

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