Finding a new internal balance is especially important at a time when Europe needs to be both able and willing to play a bigger role on the world stage.
The information warfare is somewhat distinct from the cyberdefence and cyberattacks. It is nothing new the use of fake news stories used for political ends.
There were many winners and losers in the Dutch elections. In the case of Dutch politics and its many political parties, status-quo beat populism.
The EU needs to spend a little more on European defence, but above all to spend better, something that has not always proved to be easy.
In the absence of a European identity, we have to reconstruct the EU project from the basis of the citizens and the states: a European Republic.
In a 5,800-word declaration, Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook aspired ‘to build the social infrastructure for a global community’.
Should Trump insist in pursuing his approach to climate action, China and the European Union will be looked upon by the international community to lead on.
There is a great deal at stake for the future of the EU in the coming elections in the Netherlands, France, Germany and probably Italy.