Piret Kuusik

Piret Kuusik is a junior researcher at the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute at the International Centre for Defence and Security in Tallinn, Estonia. Her work focuses on Europe and the EU, the Baltic Sea region, Brexit and Franco-German relations. She holds a BA in international relations from the University of York and an MA in international security from the Paris School of International Affairs. You can follow her on Twitter.

Piret Kuusik: What does the 2019 European Parliament election in Estonia tell us?

Following March’s general elections, which produced an unexpected governing coalition, the Estonian society still reels between confusion, disappointment and disagreement. This article was originally published in the International Centre for Defence and Security’s blog. There is a desire to interpret the European Parliament election as a referendum on the government, which the low …

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The missing piece in the German foreign policy discourse: the Baltic Sea region

With the recent German coalition agreement in place, attention turns to Germany’s role in Europe. This article was originally published in the International Centre for Defence and Security’s blog. Although the German election campaign revolved around issues of domestic politics, the approved coalition agreement included a chapter on Germany’s role in the EU, Europe …

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