“The dilemma that follows the war”, Pol Morillas (CIDOB, Spain)

One year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a strategic divergence is growing in the European Union. On one side, there are the champions of an outright Ukrainian victory in favour to provide more powerful weapons to retake the territory lost. On the other side of the debate are those who believe that the Russia factor must always be considered in Europe’s security architecture and it is thus necessary to look beyond the war in order to define EU’s strategic vision and interests. 

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