In 2015, Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj for the first time announced at a UN General Assembly that his country was on a path of neutrality. But what does that mean and where is Mongolia’s affinity for neutrality coming from?
EU neutrals are viewed with suspicion not only by transatlantic networks but also targeted by proponents of the EU defense community.
A Book Talk by Maximilian Fuentes Codera
In its latest issue, the “Zeitschrift für Innere Führung” of the German Bundeswehr published a call to increase the perception of threat from Russia among the German public, with the aim of strengthening Germany’s loyalty to NATO’s Eastern member states.
A booktalk with Dr. Mark Kramer and other authors
A booktalk by Micheline Calmy-Rey (Ex-Foreign Minister of Switzerland)
A booktalk with Dr. Carlo Patti
Sri Lanka has been playing the nonaligned card in its diplomacy for a while, but with increasing pressure from China, India, and the US in the fields of foreign investment and security cooperation, some analysts have suggested that the small island nation of 22 million will have to choose sides soon.
A seminar with Ambassador Jargalsaikhan Enkhsaikhan
On the 65th anniversary of Austria’s neutrality law, it is worth considering not only how intricately this foreign policy is linked to the country’s independence but also how its versatility could be an asset beyond the Alps.