When NATO leaders meet next week in London, one phrase will be on everybody’s lips: European strategic autonomy. That goal has obvious appeal to Europeans at a time of fraying trans-Atlantic bonds and deepening great-power competition. Aspiring to self-reliance is one thing, however. Achieving it is another.
WTO member states are close to an agreement to end harmful subsidies to fisheries that are leading to the depletion of fish stocks around the world. In an interview, Daniel Skerritt discusses how these subsidies contribute to overfishing and why talks at the WTO have gone on for nearly two decades.