Benjamin Tallis is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH) and Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Institute of International Relations (IIR) in Prague, where he also edits the SAGE journal New Perspectives. His work at IFSH is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office Project ‘Arms Control and Emerging Technologies’. He researches the Future of the European Peace and Security Order as well as European security politics and cultural politics more widely.
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Smaller states can make the best of a scary global situation by seeking deeper friendships.
Offensive liberalism: Emmanuel Macron and the New European Politics
Can President Macron save the EU as a legitimate liberal institution, through a deliberate re-politicisation of...
Iron Curtains of the mind
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Hard lessons from the Manchester attack
A personal reflection in the wake of the Manchester terrorist attack.
The Czech Republic gives up on the EU – and foreign policy
Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek is justified in lamenting economic inequality and low pay, but his EU-bashing...