Can Europe Save the Liberal International Order?
Editor's Note: GMF's Bart Szewczyk and panelists discuss the elements and evolution of the liberal international order and Europe's role in it during an event hosted by Chatham House.
The so-called liberal international order – the system of norms, rules and institutions that some would argue have been the bedrock of international cooperation since the Second World War – is under threat both from revisionist powers including China and Russia and the current U.S. administration. In this context, many have urged Europe to defend, and save, the liberal international order. But is it in a position to do so?