EU and the Indo-Pacific: What route for a new geopolitical order in the region after BrexitEditorial 18 October 2021
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Recent developments in the Indo-Pacific area, and namely the signature of the AUKUS trilateral alliance between the US, the UK and Australia, shook the international order of the region and generated a chaining of events that implies repercussions also in the EU. More in detail, delicate equilibria revolving around the functioning of the EU single market after Brexit have been brought to surface signaling that when it comes to geopolitical global order, checks and balances are extremely sensitive to changes and can result in unexpected outcomes very close from home. To have a better understanding of how the AUKUS dilemma can affect the EU’s economy and its international policies, please enjoy this last NEU number!