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If Europeans do not act resolutely on Ukraine, they risk losing the battle of democratic and economic transition in the East of the continent. Français
The EU needs to realize that its neighborhood policy is a political not a technical tool, operating in a politicized environment where major conflicts take place.
The EU needs to remold its support for fundamental political reform in Eastern Partnership partner states—and use this as a firmer base from which to assuage tensions with Russia. Русский
The world’s state system is not a Darwinist reality in which weaker states have to be prepared to face an attack by more powerful ones.
Between now and 2017, David Cameron has to move fast and work hard to explain why the EU matters and why it is in Britain’s strategic interest to remain inside it.
The EU’s perspective and action are clearly global in nature. However, the scope of the union’s international ambitions remains uncertain.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the European Union have no choice but to work together to end Greece’s crippling financial and economic crisis.
Economic interests, combined with national security considerations, give Turkey an incentive not to seek nuclear weapons. Русский
Tunisia’s government has a rocky road ahead. Along the way, the country can look to the West—in particular, to the EU—for support.
The Ukraine crisis has revealed both the strengths of German foreign policy—diplomatic skill and economic power—and its weakness—a lack of military muscle.
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